- 1 Template
- 2 Mozilla Browser Commands
- 3 Mozilla Social Networking Commands
- 4 Mozilla Developer Commands
- 5 Mozilla Page Editing Commands
- 6 Mozilla General Utility Commands
- 7 Mozilla Email Commands
- 8 Mozilla Calendar Commands
- 9 Mozilla Map Commands
- 10 Mozilla Web Search Commands
- 11 Mozilla Image-Related Commands
- 12 Mozilla built-in commands
Here's a template you can use when adding documentation for a command:
Description: a single sentence that says what the command does.
also called synonym
by Author - licensed as License
View more information at http://website.url.com
Detailed help text, including an example of how to use the command, sample arguments and what they will do, whether you should select text before using it, how to interact with the preview, what happens if you execute it as opposed to just previewing it, limitations on its use, etc.
Mozilla Browser Commands
Close current window
Toggles fullscreen mode
Switches to the tab that matches the given name.
Closes the tab that matches the given name, or the current tab if no name is supplied.
Closes all open tabs that have the given word in common.
Counts the number of opened tabs. Takes an optional filter term to count number of tabs matching filter term.
Refresh current document
Add current document to bookmarks
Print current page
Go back in history
Go forward in history
Go to home page
Zooms the Firefox window in or out.
Adds a tag to describe the current page.
If the page is currently bookmarked, adds a tag or tags (separated by spaces) to the current bookmark. If the page is not bookmarked, adds a bookmark to "Unsorted bookmarks" and also adds the tag to that bookmark.
by Dietrich Ayala - licensed as MPL/GPL/LGPL
View more information at http://autonome.wordpress.com/.
Runs a bookmarklet from your favorites.
also called bml, js
by satyr - licensed as MIT
Enter nothing to reload the list.
Mozilla Social Networking Commands
Sets your Twitter status to a message of at most 160 characters.
also called tweet
You'll need a Twitter account, obviously. If you're not already logged in you'll be asked to log in.
If not yet submitted, submits the page to Digg. Otherwise, it takes you to the story's Digg page.
also called share-on-digg
by Sandro Della Giustina - licensed as MPL,GPL
View more information at http://www.gialloporpora.netsons.org.
Replaces the selected URL with a TinyUrl
Share the current page as a bookmark on delicious.com
by Leslie Michael Orchard - licensed as MPL/GPL/LGPL
View more information at http://decafbad.com.
Select text on the page to use as notes, or enter your own text after the command word. You can also assign tags to the bookmark with the "tagged" modifier, and alter the bookmark default page title with the "entitled" modifier. Note that you must also already be logged in at delicious.com to use this command.
Asks a question on Rypple
View more information at http://www.rypple.com/ubiquity/ask.html.
You'll need a Rypple account and be logged in
Mozilla Developer Commands
Shows you the source-code of the web page you're looking at.
Treats your selection as program source code, guesses its language, and colors it based on syntax.
Converts a selection to a PDF, to rich text, or to html.
Replaces html entities (<, >, &, " and ') with their escape sequences.
* Lets you type a jQuery selector and highlights matched elements. * Hovering on an element generates a matching selector.
cers, satyr - licensed as MIT
Left-click / Enter * Copy and Quit Middle-click / C * Copy Right-click / Esc / Q * Quit M * Move PageUp/Dn * Scroll vertically shift + PageUp/Dn *Scroll horizontally
Mozilla Page Editing Commands
Deletes the selected chunk of HTML from the page.
Restores the HTML deleted by the delete command.
Puts the web page into a mode where you can edit the contents.
In edit mode, you can edit the page like any document: Select text, delete it, add to it, copy and paste it. Issue 'bold', 'italic', or 'underline' commands to add formatting. Issue the 'save' command to save your changes so they persist even when you reload the page. Issue 'stop-editing-page' when you're done to go back to the normal page viewing mode.
If you used the 'edit page' command to put the page into editable mode, use this command to end that mode and go back to normal page viewing. If you want the changes to persist on page reload, issue the 'save' command first.
Saves edits you've made to this page in an annotation. They will persist on page reload. You can remove them with the 'remove-annotation' command.
Resets any annotation changes you've made to this page.
Mozilla General Utility Commands
If you're in a rich-text-edit area, makes the selected text bold.
If you're in a rich-text-edit area, makes the selected text italic.
If you're in a rich-text-edit area, underlines the selected text.
Undoes your latest style/formatting or page-editing changes.
Redoes your latest style/formatting or page-editing changes.
Highlights your current selection, like this.
Displays the number of words in a selection.
Turns a phrase into a link to the matching Wikipedia article. You must be in a rich-text editable field.
Calculates the value of a mathematical expression.
Try it out: issue "calc 22/7 - 1".
Calculate using Google's calculator. Has all the features of a scientific calculator, knows constants such as the speed of light, and can convert between units and currencies.
by Axel Boldt - licensed as Public domain
View more information at http://math-www.uni-paderborn.de/~axel/ubiquity.html.
Try: 5% of 700 sin( sqrt( ln(pi))) (1+i)^3, 15 mod 9 (5 choose 2) / 3! speed of light in miles per hour 3 dollars in euros 100 USD in GBP (US dollar in Pounds) 242 in hex MCMXVI in decimal
Graphs the current selection, turning it into a sparkline.
also called graph
by Aza Raskin - licensed as MIT
Select a set of numbers -- in a table or otherwise -- and use this command to graph them as a sparkline. Don't worry about non-numbers getting in there. It'll handle them.
Translates from one language to another.
You can specify the language to translate to, and the language to translate from.
For example, try issuing "translate mother from english to chinese".
If you leave out the languages, it will try to guess what you want. It works on selected text in any web page, but there's a limit (a couple of paragraphs) to how much it can translate a selection at once. If you want to translate a lot of text, leave out the input and it will translate the whole page.
Creates a new command from your saved bookmarklet when give the bookmarklet name.
by Abimanyu Raja - licensed as MPL
Creates a new Ubiquity command from a search-box and lets you set the command name.
by Marcello Herreshoff [Homepage] - licensed as GPL/LGPL/MPL
contributed by Abimanyu Raja, satyr
View more information at http://stanford.edu/~marce110/verbs/new-command-from-search-box.html.
# Select a searchbox. # Execute this command to create the new search command.
Mozilla Email Commands
Looks for and returns the gmail-for-apps domain.
Guesses your web-based email provider and displays it in a notification.
Begins composing an email to a person from your contact list. also called gmail.com
Currently only works with Google Mail , so you'll need a Gmail account to use it. Try selecting part of a web page (including links, images, etc) and then issuing "email this". You can also specify the recipient of the email using the word "to" and the name of someone from your contact list. For example, try issuing "email hello to jono" (assuming you have a friend named "jono").
Displays your most recent incoming email. Requires a Gmail account.
Looks up the email address of a person from your contacts list given their name. Execute to copy the address.
Mozilla Calendar Commands
Adds an event to your calendar.
Enter the event naturally . e.g.:
* 3pm Lunch with Myk and Thunder * Jono's Birthday on Friday
Currently, only works with Google Calendar so you'll need a Google account to use it.
Checks what events are on your calendar for a given date.
Try issuing "check thursday"
Currently, only works with Google Calendar so you'll need a Google account to use it.
Mozilla Map Commands
Turns an address or location name into a Google Map.
Try issuing "map kalamazoo". You can click on the map in the preview pane to get a larger, interactive map that you can zoom and pan around. You can then click the "insert map in page" (if you're in an editable text area) to insert the map. So you can, for example, type an address in an email, select it, issue "map", click on the preview, and then insert the map.
Maps multiple selected addresses or links onto a single Google Map. (Experimental!)
Mozilla Web Search Commands
Search using your installed search engines
Use the "with" modifier to specify any Open Search engine you have installed.
Searches Google for your words. It previews your top 3 search results and allows a keyboard short cut [ctrl+alt+(1,2, or 3)] to select them.
Searches Wikipedia for your words, in a given language. It also previews the top 5 results.
also called lookup
by Blair McBride - licensed as MPL
contributed by Viktor Pyatkovka
View more information at http://theunfocused.net/moz/ubiquity/verbs/.
Searches the Internet Movie Database for your words (www.imdb.com).
also called movie, actor
Searches Yahoo for pages matching your words. It also previews your top 3 results.
Searches Amazon.com for items matching your words. It also previews your top 5 results.
All Apparel Automotive Baby Beauty Books Classical DigitalMusic DVD Electronics GourmetFood Grocery HealthPersonalCare HomeGarden Industrial Jewelry Kitchen Magazines Merchants Miscellaneous Music MusicalInstruments OfficeProducts OutdoorLiving PCHardware PetSupplies Photo Shoes Software SportingGoods Tools Toys VHS Video VideoGames Watches Wireless WirelessAccessories
Performs a VideoSurf video search with advanced preview of your top 4 results.
also called video, videos, videosurf
by Udi Falkson
View more information at http://www.videosurf.com/.
Please email us at email@example.com if you have any trouble or feature ideas!
Searches YouTube for videos matching your words. Previews your top 3 results.
Searches Flickr for pictures matching your words. Previews top 8 pictures.
also called images
Searches Bugzilla for Mozilla bugs matching the given words.
Searches MSN for the given words.
Searches EBay for auctions matching the given words.
Searches Ask.com for the given words.
Searches Answers.com for the given words.
Searches Yelp for restaurants matching your words. Previews top 4 results.
You can search for restaurants near a certain location using the near modifier. For example, try "yelp pizza near boston".
Checks the weather for a given location. It detects your location as a default argument. May also take optional argument for unit, c or f, for celsius or fahrenheit.
Try issuing "weather chicago". It works with zip-codes, too. Or "weather in c" gives the weather of your current location in celsius.
Gives the meaning of a word in preview area. Searches answers.com.
Try issuing "define aglet"
Browse and embed pictures from Google Images
also called getimages
by Federico Parodi - licensed as MPL
View more information at http://www.jimmy2k.it/getimagescommand.
Press return to show the Google Images results, left click on a picture to watch it, right click to insert it in a text or rich text area
Mozilla Image-Related Commands
Mozilla built-in commands
Takes you to the Ubiquity main help page.
Or, enter the name of a command to get help on that command.
also called about, ?
Takes you to the Ubiquity command editor page.
Opens the list of all Ubiquity commands available and what they all do.
Takes you to the page where you can change your skin.
Reports a Ubiquity bug. Report includes browser specifications, installed extensions, plugins and recent errors.
browser specs in bug report: name Firefox version 3.0.10 numberOfWindows 1 numberOfTabs 3 cookieEnabled true language en-GB buildID 2009042316