xriQuity is a set of commands for Ubiquity, the latest Firefox extension for connecting the Web with language to find new user interfaces that could make it possible for everyone to do common Web tasks more quickly and easily.
xriQuity allows you to perform the most common XRI-related tasks by entering simple verbs in the Ubiquity console.
To get started, you need to install Ubiquity first (if you haven't already). After you install it and navigate back to this page, Firefox should notify you that new Ubiquity commands were found and ask you if you want to subscribe to them:
Click "Subscribe". You will see a security warning. If you trust us, acknowledge the warning and continue. After that, you're done. Your new xriQuity commands are now ready to use!
You can invoke your new commands in the usual way: Press CTRL+SPACE. All three verbs expect one noun, which is the XRI you want to resolve. Experienced Ubiquity users will know that they can simply mark an XRI on a web page and then type "this" instead of actually typing an XRI.
The available commands are:
You can manage all your subscribed Ubiquity feeds on the Ubiquity management page. You can invoke this page using the help command.
Simply look up xriQuity in the list, click "unsubscribe", and your XRI commands are gone!