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Issue 35: Ability to use other sites/engines with cmd#
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Reported by, Jan 13, 2009
This is an enhancement, but I couldn't figure out how to report it as such.
It also might be related to #17.

What steps will reproduce the problem?
1. In GQSB click the arrow to the right of the box.
2. Observe the listed search engines and sites you can search but pressing
cmd 0-5.

What is the expected output? What do you see instead?
I would expect to be able to add other searches such as,
or the hundreds of other sites that provide search features. The search box
in firefox is customizable this way. Even if GQSB wouldn't use things like
the ones here: I should still be able to make
the cmd# prepend whichever sites I want to search using google (and edit
out the ones I never use).

What version of the product are you using? On what operating system?
OS X 10.5.6

Please provide any additional information below.

Jan 14, 2009
Project Member #1 dmaclach
To report things as "enhancements" change the label from "Type-defect" to "Type-enhancement". Yes it is not 
the best UI ;-)
Labels: -Type-Defect Type-Enhancement
Jan 14, 2009
I'm pretty sure that only project owners and members can change labels. From the FAQ:

  *How do I file a project feature request?*

  The issue tracker can be used for feature requests, support requests, or any other
type of development task that a project needs to track. You can file a feature
request by clicking "New Issue" and entering a summary and description. A feature
request will not have "steps to reproduce", so you might want to change that to
something more appropriate, like "use case steps".

  *How do I edit the issue metadata?*

  Only project owners and members can edit issue metadata. If you are an owner or
member, you will see additional fields when entering a new issue or adding a comment.
The drop-down auto-complete menu for each field will help you enter commonly used
values. However, for the labels, you are free to enter new or uncommon labels simply
by typing them. 

And there is no UI for that on the new Issue page when I view it.
Feb 17, 2009
Project Member #3
 Issue 219  has been merged into this issue.
Feb 17, 2009
For future searchers in the issue database: this ticket has to do with customizing
search shortcuts.
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