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when I type a URL in the URL bar firefox ESR 68 still pops up a "search with google" bar
I have an explicit search box separate from the URL bar. I want firefox to never ever pass any data from the URL bar to any search engine - DNS query only.
First, the URL bar has grey background text that says "Search with Google or enter address" - I don't want to search anything. Second, when I type an address, below the URL bar a blue bar with a globe appears that says "visit" - and takes up space - previous versions of firefox did not do this - how do I get rid of this?
I have the following set:
browser.fixup.alternate.enabled = false keyword.enable = false browser.urlbar.autofill = false browser.urlbar.suggest.bookmark = false browser.urlbar.suggest.history = false browser.urblar.suggest.openpage = false browser.urlbar.suggest.searches = false
So why does it still do this?
Related - I actually don't want the browser to search on my behalf ever - if I want to search I'll go to google or bing or wherever and enter the data that way - is there a 'null' search engine entry that be substituted? (Yes I understand that the URL has to be looked up in DNS, that's not what I mean.)
If you do not want to see the drop-down list at any time then set browser.urlbar.maxRichResults = 0 on the about:config page.Read this answer in context 👍 1
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If you do not want to see the drop-down list at any time then set browser.urlbar.maxRichResults = 0 on the about:config page.