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With Online Research you can quickly run a Google search from within your Eclipse IDE. Just select a text from the text editor or the console, right click and choose the "Search Online" command from the context menu. Optionally you can use the Ctrl+4 shortcut.
The plugin will open a new window/tab in your default browser with a Google search for the selected terms.
How to use
It's pretty straightforward. Check the screenshots. Of course you can use the Ctrl+4 shortcut instead of the popup menu
FAQQ: Which browser does Online Research use to run the web search?
A: Online Research uses the browser that is by default associated with .html files by the operating system
Q: Another program opens instead of the browser
A: This happens because your operating system by default opens .html files with this program instead of web browser
Q: Online Research doesn't appear in the context menu of my selection
A: Online Research works only when a meaningful text can be extracted from the selection e.g. from the console or the text editor. If you select a table row, a tree element or some other non-textual element, Online Research won't appear
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Submitted by Robert Ross on Tue, 2017-01-24 10:34
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