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Is there a way to change the "Google" image on the left of the search bar on the default start page to match the search engine chosen?

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I already know how to change the default start page for firefox to another search provider. I did so and change Google to DuckDuckGo, through the webappsstore2. However, doing so removes the "Google" image from the search bar on the page under the Firefox image. What I would like to do is replace the image with a image of the word "DuckDuckGo."

If someone changes the default search provider from Google, the image should be able to change to show what provider is used for searching on the default start page

I already know how to change the default start page for firefox to another search provider. I did so and change Google to DuckDuckGo, through the webappsstore2. However, doing so removes the "Google" image from the search bar on the page under the Firefox image. What I would like to do is replace the image with a image of the word "DuckDuckGo." If someone changes the default search provider from Google, the image should be able to change to show what provider is used for searching on the default start page

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The image is also stored in the webappsstore.sqlite database, so you need to change it there.

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By chance, do you know where I could find the image code for DuckDuckGo or other search providers besides Google, Yahoo, or Bing?

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You will have to look on their website or maybe use the favicon, but that is a small image or you can use your own image.

You can use an online encode to convert the image to base64.