Seluri is a Firefox extension that will help you find what you are looking for in Google results. It takes your query, passes it to Google and opens first result page. Click find, and it will show you next find inside search result, or open next search result, if text was not to be found on page. You can even set it to skip pages that are already in your browsing history.
Seluri is both Toolbar and Sidebar.
Seluri Sidebar can be started from context menu when text selected, from tools menu, from sidebar menu, and by pressing alt+z.
"Seluri" is finnish and means "browser".
· Mozilla Firefox
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· This release separates Seluri Toolbar and Seluri Sidebar functionally. You can now have totally different search on both bars at the same time, as long as they are not executing at the same time. They share search history, though.
· This release also fixes bug which caused Seluri to crash when there was only one Google results page.
The biggest, most annoyingly buzzing bugs in this release:
· It seems sidebar does not always work properly on first load. If this happens, close the sidebar and open it again.
· Goes nuts, if there are no more search results, and mode is set to Not in history or Unshown. Set new search to stop futile execution of the search that isn't going anywhere.