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Ubiquity is a very popular Firefox extension that adds a flexible natural language command line to Firefox, and is developed by the folks at Mozilla. It's now out in a more useful new version, with a sleeker look, a more stable core, and the ability to create good looking skins. If you're familiar with using the Awesome Bar in Firefox, you'll take to Ubiquity quickly, although it pays to spend a little time learning how its commands work. Here's a peek at the new version.

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Created by chimera 5 years 24 weeks ago – Made popular 5 years 24 weeks ago
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Ferk

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the same as quicksearches!

I still dont understand the usefulness of this tools...
┬┐Don't the Quicksearches do exactly the same thing but in fewer keystrokes (if you set a short keyword)?
And Quicksearches are stored as bookmarks that can be easily exported and imported... I dont really see the benefit of using an extension for just the same thing that Firefox already is capable of doing.