James sends news of a Greasemonkey add-on he’s developed that automatically links Scripture references in webpages to the ESV. (Greasemonkey is itself an add-on for Firefox.)
Meanwhile, emailer Colin explains how to add ESV search to Camino, a browser for the Mac:
- Close Camino.
- Find your search engine plist. The search engine plist can be found in your user profile at ~/Library/Application Support/Camino/SearchURLList.plist. The format of SearchURLList.plist is straightforward. Essentially, you have a list of search engine names and their corresponding search URLs. The search engine name is the human-readable string displayed in the search field’s magnifying glass menu, and the search URL is the URL that Camino will visit to display search results.
- Open in TextEdit.
- Add the following text:
Make sure you add this before the part in the existing file that says:
- Save the .plist file
- Re-open Camino.