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Updated: 2018-01-16T18:57:29.482-08:00

 



Weird. I tested both scripts linked from the post ...

2007-08-24T00:21:00.000-07:00

Weird. I tested both scripts linked from the post and both work pretty well. You're supposed to see a search box and one or two buttons. Then you'll have to edit the script with the URL of your custom search engine.



Okay, am I just insanely stupid? I followed all t...

2007-08-20T13:08:00.000-07:00

Okay, am I just insanely stupid? I followed all the instructions (I think) and don't see anything on my Reader home page. No search box, nothin'. Greasmonkey is installed and enabled, etc. etc.



Steve, that's exactly how this thing works.

2007-06-24T13:10:00.000-07:00

Steve, that's exactly how this thing works.



One alternative is to use Google Co-op and import ...

2007-06-24T13:06:00.000-07:00

One alternative is to use Google Co-op and import your GR OPML file and build your own custom search engine. I've posted the details here.



ehm. what is the exact text i have to paste in the...

2007-04-21T02:48:00.000-07:00

ehm. what is the exact text i have to paste in the user script editor?



Is there any way to do a search on only starred o...

2007-02-09T09:30:00.000-08:00

Is there any way to do a search on only starred or shared items?

BTW, this is very helpful and I am so surprised that Google hasn't integrated it into the reader.



Good job, Alex. I found your blog through lifehac...

2007-02-06T15:09:00.000-08:00

Good job, Alex. I found your blog through lifehacker. This is really nice.

-ewH



You mean the second script, right? This one was wr...

2007-01-04T00:10:00.000-08:00

You mean the second script, right? This one was written by John Marshall (you can contact him at JohnM555@gmail.com). I agree it has some bugs. For example, if I do a search in the list view and then I switch to the expanded view, Google Reader will just show me the "loading" icon. Write to the author and explain the issue.

The first script is much simpler, so it can't have too many bugs.



your script doesn't work perfectly, sometimes the ...

2007-01-03T19:13:00.000-08:00

your script doesn't work perfectly, sometimes the scroll function will not allow you to see all your entries



I made my own version of this script(based off of ...

2006-12-29T15:06:00.000-08:00

I made my own version of this script(based off of my original one), you can get it here: http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/6912
It has two buttons, one to search the feed in blogsearch, the other to search with the custom search engine.
Both searches show directly in Google Reader and don't open a separate window.

Anonymous: That is set in the "greasemonkey.editor" preference, you can change it via about:config. You can also edit the files normally. They are in the gm_scripts folder of your Firefox profile.



I tried this on Linux/firefox and made a mistake:I...

2006-12-29T01:12:00.000-08:00

I tried this on Linux/firefox and made a mistake:
I specified vi as the editor, when a gui editor is
required. Now I cannot get back to the menu that
let's me select the editor, so I'm stymied...

Help!



Great. Thanks a lot.

2006-12-28T22:02:00.000-08:00

Great. Thanks a lot.