I personally use the keyword
contextgarden instead of
context. This gets me
- *.contextgarden.net, especially http://wiki.contextgarden.net, but also the modules
- The ntg-context mailinglist, because the footer it appends to each e-mail contains a
link to the contextgarden wiki. The official archive removes this footer, but there
are tons of mirrors around that don't.
- A surprising amount of PDF files (published in TUGboat or similar, mostly) that mention
the wiki in their 'Further Resources' section.
- Practically nothing that doesn't have to do with ConTeXt.
This lets me search, I estimate, 95% of the available material with practically no false positives. It doesn't really get results from tex.stackexchange.net; if you want that, too, I'd use a search that starts
contextgarden OR site:tex.stackexchange.com AND context. (Best to wrap that in a saved search; it's a bit of a bother to type every time.)
You want to add the following URL as a keyword search. (The
&nfpr=1 prevents autocorrection. Especially, it prevents Google from thinking you meant 'start align' instead of 'startalign'.
- In Opera, just create a search (right-click on any search field, or use Preferences > Search. Add a keyword, e.g.
con if you want to be able to typ
con startaling middle; otherwise, it'll be usable from the search box in the top right.
- In Firefox, bookmark this URL. Then in the bookmark's settings, give it a keyword.
con, for example. Now you can type
con startalign middle, because of the
%s in the URL.
- In Chrome, I don't know. I've set this question to 'Community wiki', so do feel free to fill in. (These instructions may be slightly off-topic, but they are information essential to using the solution, and I do believe in keeping information in one place.)