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07/24 2013

Development Discontinued


Development for FindThatBand is officially discontinued.


Thanks for using the extension!

04/26 2013

Version 1.5.2 Released for Firefox


What has changed?

Added compatibility for Firefox 20
Added YouTube search
Added Bandcamp search
Added SoundCloud search
Updated Myspace search URL
Updated Pandora search URL
Updated allmusic search URL
Updated Grooveshark search URL
Removed iLike search (absorbed by myspace)


Other things you should know

Two years since a Firefox update. Hopefully more to come.


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[ Install FindThatBand 1.5.2 for Mozilla Firefox ]

06/13 2012

I’d like your feedback!


I’m interested in hearing what you have to say about FindThatBand! Let me know below.

07/20 2011

Version 2.0 Released for Chrome


What has changed?

New Feature: Add/Edit Services (finally!)

New Service: YouTube

Fixed service not working on re-enable

Fixed MySpace, Grooveshark URLs

Fixed Grooveshark smart search system


Other things you should know

Finally got around to implementing the ability to add/edit services. You can do this by clicking the FindThatBand icon in the upper-right corner of your browser and clicking any of the edit icons next to a service.


Let me know what you think about this feature by answering the poll below. Big thanks to all the patient users out there :)



[ Install FindThatBand 2.0 for Google Chrome ]

04/28 2011

Version 1.5.1 Released for Firefox


What has changed?

Added compatibility with Firefox 4
Updated allmusic search URL


Other things you should know

FindThatBand is still alive on the Firefox platform… for now :)


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03/26 2011

Version 1.1.3 Released for Chrome


What has changed?

FindThatBand broke after Google Chrome updated to version 10

It should work now.


Other things you should know

FindThatBand is still alive!


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12/04 2010

Version 1.1.2 Released for Chrome


What has changed?

Fixed allmusic service

Fixed misdirection bug when re-enabling services


Other things you should know

Happy Holidays!


[ Install FindThatBand 1.1.2 for Google Chrome ]

10/08 2010

Version 1.1 Released for Chrome


What has changed?

Added right-click functionality


Other things you should know

To use FindThatBand, you now need to select some text and right-click instead of pressing CTRL twice.


[ Install FindThatBand 1.1 for Google Chrome ]

08/19 2010

Version 1.0.3 Released for Chrome


What has changed?

Drastically reduced amount of memory used


Other things you should know

The extension was continually gobbling up kilobytes of memory every few seconds. After sending FindThatBand to fat camp, I’m proud to announce that it has learned to control its insatiable appetite.


Over 150 users in only its first two weeks! Not bad. A big thank you to Polina Polishchuk for the bump.


Also, if you could tell me which web browser(s) you use, I’d appreciate it.


[ Install FindThatBand 1.0.3 for Google Chrome ]

08/07 2010

FindThatBand now available for Google Chrome!


FindThatBand is now a multi-browser extension! Welcome Google Chrome users!

 

How to use the extension

Select the text of a band or artist you wish to search for on a webpage and press the CTRL key twice to see a popup menu of various search services.


To hide the menu, press the CTRL key again or the ESCAPE key.


This menu can be modified by clicking the FindThatBand icon in the upper-right hand corner of the browser. You can drag & drop the services to rearrange them to your liking. You can also click the green circles to hide services you don’t wish to use, and click the grey circles to show hidden services. Be sure to click Save, otherwise your changes will be lost.

Missing features (for Firefox refugees)

Right-click functionality (replaced with pressing the CTRL key twice)
Sub-menu functionality (not needed anymore) 
Localization 


Other things you should know

I’ll be releasing updates of FindThatBand in the future for both Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. I strongly urge Firefox users to consider switching to Google Chrome for its speed (it’s really fast).


Big thanks to m0 and jamesr in #chromium on freenode for all the help.


Again, if you would like to translate FindThatBand in your native language, please contact me.


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