Comparison between version 3 and version 5


Version 3

PluriSearch is a set of any number of searches, freely chosen from all those saved in the program (Search Settings Window), that may be launched almost simultaneously using a direct shortcut key (Ctrl+Alt+Shift+B by default).
GroupSearch is a button on the Search Window that launches all the searches belonging to a particular Group almost simultaneously. There is a maximum of ten searches in any given Group and GroupSearch cannot be launched using a direct shortcut key. The number of Groups is also limited to a maximum of five.

Version 5

A Group is a set of any number of searches, freely chosen from all those saved in the program (All Items Group), that may be launched almost simultaneously using a button on the Search Window (GroupSearch) or a direct shortcut key. In other words, there is absolutely no difference between GroupSearch and PluriSearch in version 5. In fact, when you upgrade from version 3, a new Group is created in version 5 called Pluri, which contains all the searches you had associated with PluriSearch in version 3. There is also no limit to the number of Groups and GroupSearches you can set up.

How to look up terms in several websites at the same time – GroupSearch

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Return shortcut

The Return shortcut is a shortcut key used to copy any text selected in your browser or local dictionary to the Clipboard and return to your translation environment. The text may then be pasted into your translation environment using the usual Clipboard paste methods. In Version 3, you may set an optional command (single keystroke) which is simulated immediately before leaving the browser or local dictionary with the Return shortcut (e.g Alt+F4 to close the application). In Version 5, you can set this command to close the same number of browser tabs as IntelliWebSearch has opened up to that moment, to close the browser or local dictionary entirely or to send any series of keystrokes. In Version 5, you may also set an optional command (series of keystrokes) which is simulated immediately after returning to your translation environment (e.g. Paste).

How to use the Return shortcut

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Step-By-Step Wizard/Quick Wizard

The Wizard is designed to guide you in setting up searches with on-line dictionaries, encyclopaedias and search engines. Version 5 features two Wizards: the Quick Wizard for simple sites, where all you have to do is type in a keyword and hit the search button, and the Step-By-Step Wizard for complex sites, where you have to set parameters before you launch the search (e.g. source and target languages).

How to add new search settings using the Quick Wizard

How to add new search settings using the Step-By-Step Wizard

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