@dude99 said in Any Search Engine that doesn't censored "Election fraud" suggestion search term?:
Pls watch the video
Sadly, these days more & more, this no longer means much, wrt authenticity. Don't believe me? Just ask Tom Cruise.
@Pathduck No, MediathekView is open source and may officially offer the services of the public media libraries. With the free extension Hoxx VPN
I was able to bypass the country lock and could watch Babylon Berlin from Sweden (Finland does not offer Hoxx)
For example: The German ZDF magazine Planet E. also offers its reports in English
Many other German TV shows also offer their programs in English. If I can think of more, I will publish it here.
@Viqsi This feature is available natively on Chromium for Android, and as a result, on most Chromium-based browsers such as Chrome, Opera, Brave... except Vivaldi. This means they deliberately removed it for some reason (hopefully a good one)...
<C-P> and <C-N> ?
Is there anyway to select with ctrl-p (previous) or ctrl-n (next)?
that keybinding is what most app (even Google Chrome) makes available, but it is missing in Vivaldi.
I think it is a convenient shortcut that keeps hand on the home row of the keyboard, based on emacs movement key.
This is needed for all search fields, but especially quick commands. A nickname websearch should use the search engine and then we need to be able to set search nicknames for all other search types, like commands, closed tabs, open tabs, history, bookmarks, pages actions, mail and notes.
@Gaëlle Quick commands might show all results, but it’s inefficient to navigate with alt-arrow when you already know exactly what you want to search, what command you want to issue. Nicknames for all search types is the logical next step for quick commands. Setting the priority is no good when you want to do more than just open bookmarks.