Ubiquity for Firefox from Aza Raskin on Vimeo.
Ubiquity is cross-platform. Here are a list of platforms it supports with descriptions:
|Mac OS X|
Where to find Ubiquity?
Ubiquity is still in flux. The latest release is 0.1.7. If you're viewing this post from Firefox, you can get the latest version here. If you're a brave soul, you can get the latest beta vesion here. The installation is a simple Firefox add-on installation. After installation of Ubuiquity, you can start playing with its commands from standard feeds. To see a list of commands available to you, paste the following URL to your Firefox address field:
How to launch Ubiquity?
- Open up Ubiquity (CTRL+SPACE on Windows and ALT+SPACE on other platforms), and type any command name.
- You should see command options on suggestion list or preview pane, complete the command and hit Enter.
Where to get more commands?
There are two sources that you can get more Ubiquity commands from:
command management page by pasting the following URL into your Firefox address field:
How to subscribe new commands?
After navigating to the command source page in Firefox, you should see a bar at the top of the page asking you to subscribe to the Ubiquity command. If not, then you either do not have Ubiquity installed or you are already subscribed to the command.
What happens when you click on subscribe button?
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