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Feedback wanted!

  • This feels a bit too much like trying to put Ubiquity into Firefox rather than trying to put the functionality that Ubiquity is based on into Firefox. Basically, I'm just wary of NIH because someone who is coming from the Ubiquity side is doing the work into Firefox. For example, one simple way to get the search commands in is to make the Google search plugin have a default keyword of 'google', since keywords typed in the awesomebar show they can be a search. (This would probably mean having to allow multiple keywords per search engine in a comma separated way or something for the few who already have keywords, but I'm just trying to demonstrate that not everything needs to fit the same way). The other thing that struck me was: wow, localization look like the toughest part here. Has anyone made a language parser that works the same in 80 languages? If the plural rule module in v.3 was a huge amount of work... - midnightaz 21:47, 15 February 2009 (UTC)
  • I'd like to know the rationale behind the 'more' button (the grey > button) when searching wikipedia articles. Why are we creating yet another content pane and not just opening a new tab? To me this seems complex and foreign to the current interface of the address bar results. Thoughts? --Chrisjf 01:50, 4 July 2009 (UTC)
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