Or maybe I am missing something, as you said you it can used with just a keyboard. I'm on Chrome...
You can tell what shortcut an engine has by the underlined letter (or the letter in square brackets).
I'll add in a prompt.
Also added in the ability to import and export your Allsearch config.
FYI in DuckDuckGo, you can use
!g for google
!b for bing
!y for yahoo
!w for wikipedia
!r for reddit
and a few thousand more, covering pretty much any larger search engine, wiki, or reference:
Entering `en.cppreference.com`, waiting for it to load with my slow-ish internet, then typing `vector` into the search field, is WAY more time and effort than just typing `!cpp vector`, which leads me directly to the results I want.
I wouldn't hide the list of search engines behind options.
The macros are a good idea. Looking forward to when you allow people to share them. I would add one macro by default to allow an instant test.
Ok, clicking is fine, but how does one use the "shortcuts?"
Edit: Oh, I see now. You've to type the search term, press <enter> (which sort-of puts it into a command mode) and then type the "shortcut" key. Problem was that my tridactyl extension was interfering with the shortcut command.
I definately have to make this more clear! Thanks for the feedback
I thought that is a conscious design decision.
Personally, I prefer to quickly go through a simple page with an input box and search buttons than to go through a page with a background image and logos.
It just opens a new tab with the term you entered on the search engine you clicked.
So type ‘test’, hit google and it just opens google with ‘test’.
Where's the source code?
Couldn't get it to work: A 429 from `https://api.pexels.com/v1/search?orientation=landscape&query...` (why is that required?) seems to make he rest of the page noop.