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	Identifies your use of a YubNub (aliases) command.
	! [alias name] [parameters, if any]	   (Performs an alias search.)
	!	 (Directs you to the YubNub (aliases) home page.)
	YubNub (aliases) is an extension for YubNub allowing you to 
	create your own commands, shortcuts, memos, etc. using a YubNub-based
	cookies system.
	YubNub (aliases) uses several YubNub commands to operate properly.In order 
	to set a personal command, such as a bookmark command use the !set command as follows:
		!set [personal command name] [command url]
	You can use !s just as you would %s in a YubNub command in a YubNub (aliases) command,
	however, piping is currently not available in personal commands. Here are some examples 
	of the !set command:
		!set fs http://flickr.com/photos/tags/!s/	(Sets YubNub personal command "fs" to 
		       perform a flickr image search.)
		!set p http://www.yourhomepage.com/   (Sets YubNub personal command "p" to direct 
		       you to your home page.)
	You can also create a memo by setting a variable with a block of text, as follows:
		!set reminder Pick up Sarah from Emily's party at 9:00.	   (Sets memo "reminder" 
		       in YubNub (aliases))
	If your personal command URL does not have either "http://" or "https://" (for secure 
	websites) in front of it, it is	automatically considered a memo by YubNub (aliases).
	When trying to create or use any command for the first time you will be prompted to 
	create an account. Cookies must be enabled in order for YubNub (aliases) to function 
	properly. You will not be prompted your username and password again unless your cookie 
	expires or is deleted.
	For setting command aliases, use the !seta command as follows:
		!seta [alias name] [yubnub command]
	You can use !s when setting an alias as well. Here are some simple alias examples:
		!seta w wiki !s (sets YubNub (aliases) command "w" as a wikipedia search)
		!seta pim gim site:putfile.com !s    (sets YubNub (aliases) command "pim" to show 
		       images on putfile.com)
		!seta local gloc -what !s -where 90210    (sets YubNub (aliases) command "local" 
		       as a google local search with a pre-defined area, in this case Beverly Hills, CA)
	Piping is available in command aliases using "[" and "]", as follows:
		!seta agim gim [spllw !s]    (sets YubNub (aliases) command "gima" as an 
		       auto-spelling-correct image search)
		!seta mimg splith [url gim !s] [url yim !s] [url flk !s]    (sets YubNub (aliases) command 
		       "mimg" as a master image search, searching google images, yahoo images, and flickr 
			   images with the same query)
	After setting a command, you use the alias identifier (!) in order to call a command. Use the alias
	identifier as follows:
		! [alias name] [parameters, if any]
	For example, to use the "mimg" command above, you would type:
		! mimg cars    (performs a "master image search" on "cars")
	If your command is set for use as a memo, YubNub (aliases) will call it as such.
	To view all of your personal commands and command aliases, use the !ls command, just as you would 
	the ls command in YubNub:
		!ls [search parameters if desired]
	If no search parameters are given, YubNub (aliases) will return every alias you have created. 
	Command !mls will perform exactly the same as !ls, but limits your results to memos only.
		!mls [search parameters if desired]
	Finally, to remove a set alias or personal command, use the !unset command as follows:
		!unset [alias/personal command name]
	Or you can use the "Unset" link beside the command in your alias list (!ls).
	Now, you can manage multiple YubNub (aliases) accounts easily using the !login and !logout 
	commands! Here's how!
		!login [username]![password]   (will log you in to your YubNub (aliases) account, or if 
		       the account doesn't exist, gives you a chance to create it)
		!logout    (deletes the cookie with your account ID allowing you to log in as a different 
		       user or create a new account)
	Thanks Brian for the idea of these great commands!
	Have a cool URL you want to be able to get to easily? In YubNub, nearly every single 
	and double characters are taken, and programmers of the YubNub community can find much 
	better uses for these commands other than simple shortcuts. Using YubNub (aliases) 
	you can have your own shortcuts of single letters, whether the letter is already taken 
	in YubNub or not. YubNub (aliases) is very simple to use, and does not affect the way 
	YubNub works or in any way.
	You can store memos in YubNub (aliases), unlike in YubNub, and keep them personal from 
	other users of YubNub (aliases). !mls is a great command you can use to display all of 
	your memos at once. Try it!
	Is there a command you use in YubNub that is just too long to retype every time you use 
	it? You can make an alias for it!
		!seta s simpsons
	Now, to see fantastic quotes from the simpsons, all you have to do is type:
		! s
	Tired or retyping parameters for commands you use a lot? You don't have to. 
	For example, to check the weather:
		!seta w w [your zip code]
	Now, to get the weather for your area you don't have to retype your zip code, 
	just type:
		! w
	!, !set, !seta, !unset, !ls, !mls, !logout, !login
	YubNub (aliases) was programmed and designed by Jacob Ensor of jjefferydesign.com. 
	Stylesheets and design based on yubnub.org by Jon Aquino.
	YubNub (aliases) is an unofficial extension of yubnub.org and is in no way affiliated 
	with yubnub in any legal matters.
	"!" commands are assisted by: % by Fuska, and filterstring by Jacob Ensor.
	Special thanks to Jon Aquino for changing ALL of the man pages for me!
        Props to b.a. for improving the implementation.

Old implementation:
http://www.jjefferydesign.com/aliases/jobactions.cfm?action=search&cmd={% 1 %s}&s={filterstring 1 %s}[no url encoding]
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