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Addon to remove redirect links from Yahoo search

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I just started using Yahoo search, and would like an addon that removes the redirect links from the search results, and just allows me to click on the linked URL. When I was using Google, I used Wladimir Palant's Google Search Link Fix (https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/google-search-link-fix/?src=userprofile), but it doesn't work on Yahoo. Is there any such creature? I have tried a couple of these addons that claim to remove redirects from pages, but none have worked on Yahoo search results.

I just started using Yahoo search, and would like an addon that removes the redirect links from the search results, and just allows me to click on the linked URL. When I was using Google, I used Wladimir Palant's Google Search Link Fix (https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/google-search-link-fix/?src=userprofile), but it doesn't work on Yahoo. Is there any such creature? I have tried a couple of these addons that claim to remove redirects from pages, but none have worked on Yahoo search results.

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Do you use any Greasemonkey userscripts? For example:

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Jscher, I tried a script a few years ago (with Google Books), but the hack would only work for a couple of months, then Google would change the structure of the page.

If I don't get anything else (like an addon), I will install GreaseMonkey and then install that script. That looks like it is just what I was looking for.

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Jscher, that did it. Thanks. Hopefully yahoo won't change the way they insert their redirect links. But even if they do, I will snoop around that website and see if there is an update.

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The author of that script is very active on the site, so I suspect would be able to repair it within 24-48 hours if needed.