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During the course of my work I often need to search for a word or phrase in the same websites, and it can get very tedious going through that process many, many times per day. Well, since I know a thing or two about programming, I threw something together that has been a great help to me this past year. If you're interested, check it out: https://github.com/miloir/Helpy_Search/
That page has the source code and a detailed bit of text about how to use it. The download link is at the bottom of this post. To summarize:
1) Have Helpy running 2) Select some text in any program 3) Press Ctrl+Spacebar to have Helpy automatically open your browser with urls you specified in the config file and your selection inserted into them.
The config file is just a list of urls you want to open, like a google search page. e.g. a google search for turtles might look like this: https://www.google.com/search?q=Turtles You can take that link, replace the Turtle search word with "|e|" -- https://www.google.com/search?q=|e| -- and paste that into the config file. Now when you select some text you can search google for your selection instead of just turtles.
You can have multiple of these urls, here are some that I have:
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