During a routine copy/paste operation, I highligted some text in Internet Explorer and right-clicked on it. Found a new entry called "Google Search". I abandoned my copy/paste operation and clicked on that option. Voila! It automatically searched for the highlighted word in Google and gave out a bunch of results.
I thought it was the Google Toolbar.
I fired my Netscape 7.0 and did the same. In the right-click menu, I found "Web Search" option which again searches for the keyword using Netscape search (results provided by Google?)
What's happening here? Is it the Google Toolbar? Is it the browser?
Msg#: 3382 posted 10:48 am on Sep 28, 2002 (gmt 0)
Netscape 7's "HIghlight and Search" uses Netscape search, so you get Google Results there. (Although I haven't really checked since I upgraded from 6.0, but I think you can also still configure it to pick from a list of several search engines).
There are lots of great new things in Netscape 7 - if only they could make it so it wasn't such a bloated pig, it'd be a lot more popular.
P.S. I saw the thread on the smaller version, but haven't checked it out, yet...