STR: 1) Add a search keyword of 'bug' for Bugzilla 2) Select some text on a webpage that reads 'bug 700000' such that the selection begins with the word |bug|. 3) Right-click on the selection Expected results: 4) An option appears to let the user 'Open ?search? in new tab' and 'Open ?search? in new window'. Actual results: 4) No option appears. However, if the user copies the text and right-clicks on the URL bar, they get an option of 'Paste & Go', which means that in *that* code, there is a check for registered search engine keywords.
Shall we implement this?
Hm, the more I think about this I think that my example of 'bug 700000' is too special case. Most search keywords are single or two-letter combinations that are shortcuts for typing out 'google', 'wikipedia', 'bing', etc. It's not often that a site will have 'google search phrase' or 'wikipedia wild lions' within the page. The case of 'bug 700001' is a little to rare to be seen in other places on the web, so the benefit of a feature like this probably isn't worth the maintenance costs that will come with it.