What is stopping you from using V all the time?
BoneTone last edited by
@xaxa @pafflick couldn't that be supported rather easily, even if it is a half dozen different languages, by giving them nicknames? The main difference, I think, would be that you drop a space, e.g.
wxen vivaldi, etc. You could also drop an extra letter and just do things like
lxf, in the interest of brevity. Have a few dozen custom search engines defined myself, creating 4 or more for something so crucial to one's workflow seems rather straightforward.
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@BoneTone It could. And I used this approach back in Opera …12 times.
But that just works for me alone. and it isn't a general solution that is easily usable by people round the world. (The wheel would have to be invented over and over again, so to speak.)
@BoneTone This is what I was talking about. If you could use another parameter along with
%S(search query) it would serve as a modifier, which would extend the search feature's functionality. I see a wide variety of use cases for this, not only a different language, but you can use this to search - for example - for some products that have a specific parameter, like eg.
eb backpack 100which you could set up to return you the results for backpacks under $100 on eBay, and so on...
Is it not your arm that gets tired from pushing a mouse around?
I once got a repetitive strain injury in my shoulder from pushing a mouse around. I first got a touchpad and then later a trackball. Those solved the problem.