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Search box doesn't work like it should
When I enter search terms into the Search Box, FF comes up with suggestions that don't work. Either they're wrong, or off-topic, or otherwise useless, and they're hard to delete or very difficult to change. FF wants to search only for what it wants to search for. How can I turn off the Search Suggestions? (The tick-box on setup has no effect). I just want to search on my terms, not Firefox's terms. Chrome's Search Box is excellent, but I don't like Chrome, so I've got to figure out how to get FF to search properly.
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What search engine are you using? Most search engines have a "adult"-filter. You set them through their pages. and should be turned of tthat way. You could thou have been hijacked by some ad-ware
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Thatnks, but these suggestions are sort of "off topic". The Search Box appears to be badly designed compared to the Chrome equivalent. I'd like to turn OFF the Search Box suggestions so I don't have to struggle with them. Let's say I type in two words in the Search Box. Firefox may add a suggested third word so there's now three words.
I type "expo world" into the Search Box. FF suggests "expo world tour". I DON'T WANT "expo world tour", but I can't remove the word "tour" from the Search Box. I can't back-space it out or delete it; if I do succeed in deleting "tour", FF puts it back.
It's very annoying!
open about:config Make browser.search.suggest.enabled false
How do I do this?
just write it in as an url about:config you get a warning, be careful continue search for "browser.search.suggest.enabled" (or part of it) doubleclick to change value. It takes effect immediately. Close About... tab try
?? Thunderbird doesn't like "about:config". It says "No receipients were specified". I could be making some kind of mistake since I don't really understand what you're saying.
Ain't we talking about FireFox ???????
And the solution is so simple and we couldn't find it.
Just right-click in the search bar and undo Show suggestions
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