Great. Thanks a lot. They have two buttons, one to search the feed in blog search, the other to find with the custom search engine. Both searches show straight in Google Reader and don’t open a separate home window. Anonymous: That’s set in the “greasemonkey.editor” choice, you can transform it via about: config.
You can also edit the documents normally. You suggest the next script, right? I concur, it offers some pests. For example, if I do a search in the list to view and I quickly switch to the expanded view, Google Reader will just show me the “loading” icon. Write to the author and clarify the pressing issue. The first script is much simpler, so it can’t have too many bugs. Good job, Alex. I found your site through lifehacker.
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This is actually nice. Will there be any way to execute a search on only starred or shared items? BTW, this is very helpful and I am so surprised that Google hasn’t integrated it into the reader. One option is to use Google Co-op and import your GR OPML document and build your own custom search engine. I’ve posted the details here.
Steve, that’s exactly how this thing works. Okay, am I just insanely stupid? I followed all the instructions (I believe) and do not see anything on my Reader website. No search container, nothin’. Weird. I examined both scripts connected from the post and both ongoing work pretty much. You’re likely to see a search box and one or two buttons. Then you need to modify the script with the URL of your custom search engine.
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