lookuplet is a GNOME utility that allows you to easily enter search terms (it automatically grabs the X selection when invoked) and then press a key combination which will cause those terms to be substituted into a URL which is launched using your preferred Web browser, or to be substituted into a command line which is invoked. It is rather useful for things like dictionary lookups, Web searches, map lookups, etc. The idea is to shave seconds off of queries that you find yourself doing all of the time. Though it uses the GNOME libraries, it doesn't require that you be running the GNOME desktop environment.
|Tags||Desktop Environment GNOME Internet Web Indexing/Search Utilities|
Release Notes: This release adds history support along with tab completion from the history. The whole project was rewritten in Python (using Glade for the UI).
Release Notes: Added support for operation as a GNOME applet. Now available as a Debian package.
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