On Thu, 2016-01-07 at 15:50 -0430, Robert Marcano wrote:
Check Edge UI. It discover sites with support for OpenSearch and
them to the search engine selection options. No need for format
I expect more search engines to advertise OpenSearch now that Edge
only use that. If people know about format strings, they can use the
to add one.
An example is Wikipedia. It is not added by default to Edge, but if
it adds the option. I would probably only
the last three discovered search engines or it can become
Something like that sounds perfect for Epiphany.
Still annoying the need to close each tab one by one. I hope the
UI is exposed.
I will put this on my to-do list, should be easy to implement.
> > - (Desired) Import bookmarks from Firefox. There is an
> > menu
> > option but it should be able to detect the Firefox profile by
> > default,
> > with no need to install Firefox, export and then import.
> > Migration
> > should be easy
> This is already implemented. Trying it out now, I see the option to
> import from Firefox is missing for me; I get a combo box with just
> option, which is pretty bad. I don't know why; it's probably a bug.
> can of course do the export->import dance, but it's supposed to
> automatically, like you requested.
We display an "import from Firefox" option if a bookmarks.html can be
found in a subdirectory of ~/.mozilla or ~/.firefox. It looks like
Firefox stopped creating bookmarks.html files; they're now saved with
names like bookmarks-2016-01-06_31_bjG4ZXCpPqCFqMYySclJrA==.jsonlz4. So
it looks like it would be a project to get this working again.