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I want to remove the "change search settings" button in the search bar and can't find any way to fix that.

I already removed the new search changes with the browser.search.showOneOffButtons toggle but I don't want the search settings button there to be misclicked on. Is there … (tuilleadh eolais)

I already removed the new search changes with the browser.search.showOneOffButtons toggle but I don't want the search settings button there to be misclicked on. Is there a way to fix this?

Asked by malkamar 5 bliana ó shin

Answered by FredMcD 5 bliana ó shin

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I've been having some issues with search engines and history

My default search setting keeps reverting back to Yahoo after I reset my computer. Closing Firefox keeps the one I change it to but restarting the computer changes it. I … (tuilleadh eolais)

My default search setting keeps reverting back to Yahoo after I reset my computer. Closing Firefox keeps the one I change it to but restarting the computer changes it.

I can't open the history sidebar. The "Show your History" option opens it's tab fine (the drop-down that says "Show History Sidebar", "Clear Recent History..." ect.). But, when clicking on the "Show History Sidebar", nothing comes up. I can use the "Show All History" option but the sidebar doesn't open for some reason.

Asked by Mike 5 bliana ó shin

Answered by Mike 5 bliana ó shin

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Make search bar recommend websites for words typed in without going to search engine

Members, Here's my dilemma: When I type a new word in address bar (a word that I've never search for before or opened any website with) the only option I get is to go to … (tuilleadh eolais)

Members,

Here's my dilemma:

When I type a new word in address bar (a word that I've never search for before or opened any website with) the only option I get is to go to search engine page

I want Firefox to show me complete url of words that I type in address bar, irrespective of that word being searched for in past or not.

For example: I never searched for or opened www.yahoo.com, when I type Yahoo in search bar I get option to go to a search engine. I want Firefox to give me option to go to www.yahoo.com

Also, if I type Yaho (not Yahoo) for the very first time in browser, it should automatically give me options like www.yahoo.com

Is this possible?

Asked by Ayushsingh 3 bliana ó shin

Last reply by Ayushsingh 3 bliana ó shin

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How do I prevent the CTRL-F shortcut from engaging in full-screen mode?

When I want to search for something on a website, I hit CTRL-F which activates full-screen mode. I would like to know this shortcut can be reprogrammed to search for some… (tuilleadh eolais)

When I want to search for something on a website, I hit CTRL-F which activates full-screen mode. I would like to know this shortcut can be reprogrammed to search for something within a page instead of activating full-screen. I tried searching this community and on-line for this information but could not find it. Thank you for your time. I use Mozilla FireFox 67.0.4.

Asked by mozilla_user_1341 1 bhliain ó shin

Last reply by jscher2000 1 bhliain ó shin

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Before I change to chrome, how do i prevent FF from changing my search engine :-( I WANT Google NOT Yahoo :-(

Every time I restart FF I get Yahoo as default Search provider no matter how many time I delete it :-( I like FF but will get rid of and use chrome if keeping google is … (tuilleadh eolais)

Every time I restart FF I get Yahoo as default Search provider no matter how many time I delete it :-(

I like FF but will get rid of and use chrome if keeping google is not possible"

Asked by Hobee100 5 bliana ó shin

Last reply by James 5 bliana ó shin

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Can I change current search engine with keystrokes?

I hate hate hate the "awesome bar." I want to use it for searches with my default search engine and NOT with whatever search engine I happened to use last. There used to… (tuilleadh eolais)

I hate hate hate the "awesome bar." I want to use it for searches with my default search engine and NOT with whatever search engine I happened to use last.

There used to be an extension for this but I believe it was obsoleted with some previous Firefox "upgrade."

Instead of having to change my search engine every time I want to search, is there a key combo to change the current search engine back to the default - i.e., to reactivate the default search engine?

I saw the keyboard shortcuts document (https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/keyboard-shortcuts-perform-firefox-tasks-quickly). It does not do what I want, I do not want to scroll through my list of installed search engines, I just want to jump to the default.

I don't even know why they call it the default anymore.

Asked by errorprone 5 bliana ó shin

Last reply by jscher2000 5 bliana ó shin

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Google times out no search started

Using google it always provides a list for the requested search item. Since yesterday it does not begin and times out. If I use yahoo this does not happen. I also updated… (tuilleadh eolais)

Using google it always provides a list for the requested search item. Since yesterday it does not begin and times out. If I use yahoo this does not happen. I also updated firefox but still have the same problem. How do you update google maybe this will help?

Asked by jrodi 5 bliana ó shin

Answered by guigs 5 bliana ó shin

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How do I stop Firefox from adding unwanted search engines?

I want Firefox to only use google as the search engine for the top right search dialog. However, whenever I delete all the other search engines using search engine prefer… (tuilleadh eolais)

I want Firefox to only use google as the search engine for the top right search dialog. However, whenever I delete all the other search engines using search engine preferences, after a few days it invariably adds youtube search on its own, and eventually others (such as wikipedia).

I do not technically mind having the other search engine button in the popup, but what I really want to get rid of is firefox sometimes randomly sending me to the search preferences page when i type something in the search dialog and hit enter (which seems to coincide with having multiple search engines set). Sometimes it even simply randomly uses youtube search when I want to google.

Asked by wez_schow 5 bliana ó shin

Last reply by cor-el 5 bliana ó shin

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Is there a replacement for keyword.URL?

I know it was remove sometime around version 20. (For gods sake why springs to mind. I am genuinely curious if someone can answer that question.) Since then I used the "K… (tuilleadh eolais)

I know it was remove sometime around version 20.

(For gods sake why springs to mind. I am genuinely curious if someone can answer that question.)

Since then I used the "Keyword.URL Hack!" to bring it back.

Now I find upon a clean install the addon has been removed. (https://addons.mozilla.org/en-us/firefox/addon/keywordurl-hack/)

What I want to achieve is having the search bar use the duckduck go search as normal and the address bar use "I'm Feeling Ducky" ("http://duckduckgo.com/&q=! "). I used to be able to do this like this: https://duck.co/forum/thread/1910/i-m-feeling-ducky-firefox-address-bar

Now I can't

I've had this function since firefox version 1.5 or so with google and google I'm feeling lucky and I have edited the keyword.URL since version 4 to keep it.

Seriously it's brilliant. Type ebay > go to ebay, Type facebook > go to facebook etc. for any common site. If I want to search I use the searchbar and get a list of results. Perfect.

Can anyone help me get this back?

Thanks

Asked by spidermagicat 5 bliana ó shin

Last reply by FredMcD 5 bliana ó shin

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When I search in the address bar, Firefox takes me to google.com.tr. How do i fix this? I'm in the UK.

My default search engine is only Google, and my homepage is www.google.co.uk. My router's IP is UK, and so is my Google profile. I don't quite understand why Firefox wan… (tuilleadh eolais)

My default search engine is only Google, and my homepage is www.google.co.uk. My router's IP is UK, and so is my Google profile. I don't quite understand why Firefox wants to show me results from Turkey.

Asked by schnarf78 4 bliana ó shin

Last reply by jscher2000 4 bliana ó shin

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Is it possible to set new tab google search parameters ?

When I open a new tab on my firefox 41.0.2 I see a google search and 8 most accessed pages. I wonder if it is possible to set text or parameters to that google search box… (tuilleadh eolais)

When I open a new tab on my firefox 41.0.2 I see a google search and 8 most accessed pages. I wonder if it is possible to set text or parameters to that google search box, like site:sportsexample.com OR site:newsexample.com then I could have a default google search on the right side of address bar and a specific google search on a new tab.

Thanks in advance.

Asked by pootz10 4 bliana ó shin

Last reply by pootz10 4 bliana ó shin

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I get redirected to centurylink page when I put a search word in the url bar

I get redirected to centurylink page instead of google search results when I put a search word in the url bar. I put in the word smiths. Some words will work by having go… (tuilleadh eolais)

I get redirected to centurylink page instead of google search results when I put a search word in the url bar. I put in the word smiths. Some words will work by having google search for the word and gives me results. The following link is what comes up. I've tried all option on this site with no luck. I have Firefox 43.0.4 windows 10

Also, "disable this service" doesn't work. Nothing in the uninstall program list. I also tried to reinstall firefox.

http://webhelper.centurylink.com/index.php?origURL=http%3A//smiths/&r=&bc=

Also, how to I get rid of "do you mean to go to...,yes take me there no thanks"?

Asked by dociledragons 4 bliana ó shin

Last reply by cor-el 4 bliana ó shin

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Search engine not saved between sessions && no "restore previous session"

Folks: I'm running FF on Xubuntu 12.04, have had this issue with having to add search engine each time FF is launched, added my name to the other people who posted about … (tuilleadh eolais)

Folks:

I'm running FF on Xubuntu 12.04, have had this issue with having to add search engine each time FF is launched, added my name to the other people who posted about the same issue with my email address, so far no response from the devs. And, as others posted, no "restore previous session" . . . but "History" is retained, so individual sites can be brought up. And, autofill passwrods also works.

Running Ten4Fox in OSX10.4.11 on the same machine, no issues with search engine and restore previous session. Also FF is fine running in MBPro 10.6.8 & 10.9.5 . . . .

Also recent upgrade to FF in Xu 12 did not fix the problem . . . thoughts?

e.e.p.

Asked by este.el.paz 5 bliana ó shin

Last reply by este.el.paz 5 bliana ó shin