Firefox add-on Conquery finally updated

August 23 2008 at 23:29 1 comment

Since the release of Firefox 3 one of my favourite add-ons did not work anymore: Conquery.

Conquery lets you access all your favourite search engines from the Search bar via the context menu. Just select a word or phrase in a web page, right-clickand choose the appropriate search engine. I mainly used this feature to look up words in the dictionary, at times english-german, at times german-spanish, while Google remained my preferred search engine in the search bar.

Unfortunately Conquery development seemed to had get stuck and therefore it was never updated by its author. Furthermore the often linked Website conquery.net is down. đŸ˜¦

One of Conquery’s translators, Shadow912, eventually resolved that problem and fixed a few bugs. You can download the latest modified version from his blog (beware, the blog is mainly written in Japanese).

Thanks a lot, Shadow912!

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  • 1. BlogZiNet  |  May 18 2009 at 19:12

    ConQuery pour Firefox 3…

    Au moment du passage Ă  Firefox 3, je n’ai pas pu rĂ©installer l’extension ConQuery. Depuis, elle me manquait, tant cette extension permet d’Ă©conomiser du temps. ConQuery est une extension pour Firefox et Thunderbird qui permet d’interroger les moteu…

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