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== Searching the Wiki with Firefox ==
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== Search facilities in MediaWiki ==
  
A very convenient way to search the Wiki is the FireFox search plugin from http://mycroft.mozdev.org/download.html?name=PanoTools
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[[meta:Help:Searching|MediaWiki Handbook]]
  
Another way is to right-click on the search box on the left, Select "Add Keyword for this search". Now you can add a Name (f.e. "PanoTools Wiki")
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== Searching the Wiki with Firefox / IE7 ==
and an Keyword (f.e. "pt"). This allows you to search the wiki from your address bar. If you type "pt Chromatic" you will find all articles in this Wiki that contain the word "Chromatic".
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A very convenient way to search the Wiki is the Firefox search plugin from
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[http://mycroft.mozdev.org/download.html?name=panotools.org&sherlock=yes Mycroft] 
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For Firefox2 and Internet Explorer 7 you can use the search plugin from [http://www.searchplugins.net/pluginlist.aspx?q=panotools&mode=title searchplugins.net]
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=== Firefox keywords ===
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Another convenient way in Firefox is to right-click on the search box on the left, Select "Add Keyword for this search". Now you can add a Name (f.e. "PanoTools Wiki")
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and a Keyword (f.e. "pt"). This allows you to search the Wiki from your address bar. If you type "pt chromatic" you will find all articles in this Wiki that contain the word "chromatic".
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Latest revision as of 20:03, 19 March 2007

Search facilities in MediaWiki

MediaWiki Handbook

Searching the Wiki with Firefox / IE7

A very convenient way to search the Wiki is the Firefox search plugin from Mycroft

For Firefox2 and Internet Explorer 7 you can use the search plugin from searchplugins.net

Firefox keywords

Another convenient way in Firefox is to right-click on the search box on the left, Select "Add Keyword for this search". Now you can add a Name (f.e. "PanoTools Wiki") and a Keyword (f.e. "pt"). This allows you to search the Wiki from your address bar. If you type "pt chromatic" you will find all articles in this Wiki that contain the word "chromatic".