The Web Lookup plugin for Studio allows the user to select text in the source or target language of the translation and run an internet search by clicking on an icon in the ribbon, right-clicking in the editor and selecting "web lookup" or through the use of a simple keyboard shortcut. The search takes place in one of the 40 preconfigured websites... but that's not all! You can add your own websites to the menu or remove existing ones to configure the application the way you like. There is a useful guide that helps you to create the correct search URL and use it in the application.
The search results themselves are language sensitive. For example, if you select a German source word then the results will be in a German website if available, and an English target language will result in a search result from an English website etc.
The results are displayed in a window in Studio which can be placed wherever you like to make your personal use more convenient.
Updates within V1.4
You can restrict the functionality of the browser so that images are not downloaded and scripts are not run. This done in Settings and will make things faster and more stable for some sites.
You can share your own lookup methods with other Web Lookup users. This is also done in Settings – click Share in the dialog.
Updates within V1.3
Opened tabs will be re-opened when Studio is re-started.
Upon performing a lookup, the focus will move to the Web Lookup tabs for easy browsing among the open tabs using the arrow keys.
When focus is in the web page, pressing Esc will move focus to the tabs and when focus is on the tabs, Esc will move focus to the translation segment.
The standard autocomplete feature of Internet Explorer is now functional in Web Lookup, meaning that for example login details can be remembered.