With Online Research you can quickly run a Google search from within your Eclipse IDE. Just select a text from the text editor or the console, right click and choose the "Search Online" command from the context menu. Optionally you can use the Ctrl+4 shortcut.
The plugin will open a new window/tab in your default browser with a Google search for the selected terms.
It's pretty straightforward. Check the screenshots. Of course you can use the Ctrl+4 shortcut instead of the popup menu
from the console
from the text editor
Two ways to install Online Research
1. It is available on Eclipse Marketplace, just search for "Online Research"
2. Or straight from the update site http://orus.seofy.net
A: Online Research uses the browser that is by default associated with .html files by the operating system
A: This happens because your operating system by default opens .html files with this program instead of web browser
A: Online Research works only when a meaningful text can be extracted from the selection e.g. from the console or the text editor. If you select a table row, a tree element or some other non-textual element, Online Research won't appeareth