A lightweight search plug-in built for Sublime Text 4. Inspired by WebSearch. Currently supports: custom search queries into Google using the LightSearch command in the Command Palette. Current highlighted text is automatically given as the default argument in the LightSearch command for convenience.
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A lightweight search plug-in built in and for Sublime Text 4. Inspired by WebSearch and Google Search for Sublime, but combines command functionality into one multipurpose command.
Currently supports: - Custom search queries into search engines using the LightSearch: Search command in the Command Palette. Current highlighted text is automatically given as the default argument for convenience. - Search using keybindings or the Command Palette - 5 common search engines (Google, Stackoverflow, duckduckgo, Bing, Yahoo). Support easily extendable in package settings. Can choose current engine using the LightSearch: Choose Engine command
Note on keybindings: - keybindings are commented out by default to follow Sublime packaging regulations. You must uncomment them in Default.sublime-keymap in the installation path to use them.