Search the web directly from Gnome Shell. <Ctrl>+space triggers the dialog. From there, type your search query, click the ENTER key and your default browser will open with your search result. List of features include: *Instant result/definition (DuckDuckGo helper) with pictures within the dialog *Search Suggestions *History with configurable limit *Choose your default search engine *Add multiple seach engines *Tab key to view & choose from search engine list *Ctrl+Shift+V to Paste & Search *Ctrl+Shift+G to Paste & Go (Open URL) *Ctrl+(1-9) to trigger search suggestion or history item in list *Add keyword for each search engine *Add keyword to go to URL directly
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