Simultaneously search Wikipedia in multiple languages.
Click on the button to open the search pop-up, enter you search term(s), validate and, in a new page, it will process your search in the specific Wikipedia of each of the selected languages in separate tabs. For an even more ergonomic operation you can simply use the keyword 'mlw' in your browser's search bar, press space and enter your search terms, in this case you can even hide the extension's button to free some space for other extensions. Use the options page to enable or disable any of the 45 available different languages Wikipedia. (Wikipedia is a trademark of the Wikimedia Foundation) --------------------------------------------------------- CHANGELOG : v1.1.0 - Implemented Omnibar search with keyword 'mlw' - Options page optimization and beautification v1.0.1 - Various bugfixes - French, Italian & Spanish localization v1.0.0 - Initial release
- (2022-03-01) Tomasz Barczyk: I've never written a review about an extension before, but I'm honestly surprised how someone can create something that is so obviously flawed to the point of being absolutely useless . . . and then actually publish it. Based on the name, I assumed that articles that would come up using this search would all be on the same topic, except in different language, which is useful since oftentimes an article in one language is much better than one written on the the topic in a different language. So, one would think that the extension would translate the search term entered to pull up relevant results. Instead, you hit search and it opens up a bunch of tabs, each of which is set to search in a different language, but the search term remains the same. So, as words are obviously different in different languages, the results pages contain either no hits, or irrelevant hits.