I've written a Search Bar addon for Firefox that allows you to search all of UK420 using Google, but from the convenience of the Firefox Search Bar - all you need to do is download the uk420.xml file below, and for Windows users, just copy and paste the file into the C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\searchplugins directory, in Linux (Ubuntu, anyway, I'm sure that most other distros will be the same) paste into /usr/lib/firefox/searchplugins.
Here's what it looks like installed: Screenshot.jpg 39.08KB 427 downloads
Get the file here: Slinky (Right-click on the 'uk420.xml' link & 'Save As' to your hard-drive)
For anyone who's paranoid about using Google to search UK420 (and this is being mightily paranoid, IMO ph34r.gif), I have written one that uses Scroogle instead (which scrapes Google for their searches, and they don't keep search-term records and delete all their access logs within 48 hours) - even better it uses Scroogle's SSL (https) interface so that all search queries will be encrypted as well, so not even your ISP will be able to monitor any searches you make while using it. guitar.gif
UK420_Scroogle_SSL.zip 1.24KB 216 downloads
Same installation instructions apply as with my original Google one:
Windows users, just copy and paste the file into the C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\searchplugins directory.
Linux Firefox users should paste into /usr/lib/firefox/searchplugins
Linux Swiftweasel3 (a totally FOSS build of Firefox, optimised for your specific processor architecture) users should unzip it into /usr/local/swiftweasel3/searchplugins
On Mac OSX, it should be one of the following paths: /Applications/Firefox.app/Contents/MacOS/searchplugins or
I hope that someone finds this useful.
Edited by Joolz, 23 July 2008 - 09:29 PM.