Firefox Ubiquity – Character Count Command

Now that Ubiquity 0.5 is out, Erik’s Character Count Command no longer works. So I have updated it and if you have Ubiquity Firefox, the command bar should have appeared on top for you. Here is the code:

CmdUtils.CreateCommand({
names: ['char-count'],
arguments: [ {role: 'object', nountype: noun_arb_text, label: 'text to count chars in'}],
preview: function( pblock, args ) {
//pblock.innerHTML = argText.object.length;
pblock.innerHTML = "The number of characters is: "+ args.object.text.length;
}
});

Hope you found it useful!

What do you think of this post?
  • Agree (0)
  • Don't Agree but Interesting (0)
  • You're an asshole (0)

Comments

  1. Thanks Bhagwad.

    Reply

  2. Thank you, guy. This command is very useful to me.

    Reply

  3. Really cool char count tool, it helps me with my work.
    You helped me to explore and learn the new world of Ubiquity

    it crushed my browser when i first tried it but it works fine now

    Thanks

    Reply

  4. It crushes Firefox browser when i pasted 89 words from this blog's Tweeter updates. Probably because it had some strange characters or some character limit.

    Reply

  5. @ice machines
    That's odd. Were you trying to count the number of characters in the Twitter Updates? In which case, simply select them without copying, bring up Ubiquity and type the char-count command. No need to paste it – I got 493 characters.

    Nevertheless, I tried pasting and it worked – very strange. I anyone else facing this problem?

    Reply

  6. Thanks for the command!
    Works great!

    Reply

  7. Thank you, I’ve recently been searching for info approximately this topic for a long time and yours is the best I’ve discovered so far.
    But, what about the conclusion? Are you sure about the supply?

    Reply

Speak Your Mind

*