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Find And Run Robot / Re: how to use 'g' instead of 'search'?
« on: November 02, 2015, 07:04 PM »
Can you kindly add support for korean/Japanese language please?

For now, when I type
search 'korean text'
That korean text part is unrecognised by the firefox/chrome.

If possible I would like to volunteer for interface translation too.

Many thanks in advance.

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Find And Run Robot / Re: how to use 'g' instead of 'search'?
« on: October 28, 2015, 06:31 AM »
It works now..
Fantastic program,
Thank you developer.

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Find And Run Robot / how to use 'g' instead of 'search'?
« on: October 27, 2015, 09:29 AM »
Hello,

I am a lazy user who want to minimise typing.
I find myself tying 'search' too long, in firefox all I do is for example : g (google search) $$1 (search terms) and done.
I have multiple search engines set like this and I want FARR to do the same.

I have set alias like this but it is not working.. (Copied from original search alias)
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when I type 'g', 'google: $$1' indeed appears but when I then put any search terms i.e. g food
All I get is : "Hello there. Because there were no results, hitting enter to 'trigger' your search has no effect."
I can also see that when I just enter g, google appears with $$1 searched.

Also I wish to open FARR with hotkey win + space but error code appears that I cannot use this key.
Why is this?

Sorry for noob question and many thanks in advance.

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