Address Bar Search Options
===== e.g ===== Keyword: pinkfloyd option : @y Simply type [email protected] in address bar. ENTER-Key v2.2 bugfix(options page) v2.1 added options page ===== Options ===== @y = past year @m = past month @w = past week @d = past 24 hours @h = past hour @i = images @v = videos @yt = youtube @2y = past 2years... @5y = past 5years @2m = past 2 months... @11m = past 11 months @2w = past 2 weeks @3w = past 3 weeks @2d = past 2 days... @6d = past 6 days @2h = past 2 hours... @23h = past 23 hours
- (2017-10-10) Ratnez Riveq: Must have.
- (2015-07-11) Bryan Stark: basically whatever terms you type into the address bar and then at the end of the sentence you put @y(see options for this ext) then it will send those search terms to google and search over the past year only. Similar to the built-in search engine function in chrome but can be managed a little easier and already has date terms built into the search. Definitely could use a better description & screenshots.
- (2017-10-10, v:2.2) Ratnez Riveq: Just suggestion
...to add some gui pop-up with @keyword options, author/license/version info, back-to-default button and some standard search engines by-default (if this extension is going to be easy-to-use, user-frienly and all the nonsence, of course).
- (2017-10-10, v:2.2) Ratnez Riveq: Well, it works just fine, but...
There's little non-serious UI issue (is it called UI?). Let me explain myself. https://google.com @yt works and that's good. https://[email protected] works too, which is not so good, because @-symbol is used for e-mails and user can add its own @searchoptions. So those two things together can cause unpredictable behavior in veeery rare caces. Hope you will fix it such a small "problem".
- (2016-04-18, v:2.2) Merem Solomon: It didn't work for me...
It might only work when the default search engine is google? My search engine is baidu,and I have the "History Search" extension which allow you to search in history by enter "H keyword"...