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customising the google search and new tabs inconsistency

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1. Is there a way to customise the google search bar to the effect of what this and this add-ons do?

2. I don't like the inconsistency of FF3 when it comes to opening new tabs: CTRL+T opens a new tab at the very right, whereas clicking on a link or searching from the context menu opens the new tab next to the currently open tab. There should be a way to make FF work one way or the other.

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1. You can edit the google.xml file in the program files \searchplugins\ folder to match either of those two search plugins XML files.

2. That was changed in Firefox 3.6 to fix a Bug that was submitted awhile ago - "related" URLs open to the right of the tab being viewed, others open to the far right. Many of us didn't like that change and we turned off that feature.

Type about:config in the URL bar and hit Enter.
If you see the warning, you can confirm that you want to access that page.

Filter = browser.tabs.insertRelatedAfterCurrent

Double-click that preference to change the value to false

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Gekozen oplossing

1. You can edit the google.xml file in the program files \searchplugins\ folder to match either of those two search plugins XML files.

2. That was changed in Firefox 3.6 to fix a Bug that was submitted awhile ago - "related" URLs open to the right of the tab being viewed, others open to the far right. Many of us didn't like that change and we turned off that feature.

Type about:config in the URL bar and hit Enter.
If you see the warning, you can confirm that you want to access that page.

Filter = browser.tabs.insertRelatedAfterCurrent

Double-click that preference to change the value to false

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Thanks!

I did actually changed 'google.com' in google.xml before asking the question here but didn't seem achieve anything no matter values I put in. It's not terribly important anyway.

Regarding the second issue it worked beautifully, thanks a million :3

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See http://mycroft.mozdev.org/google-search-plugins.html (Google (No country redirect))

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cheers, thanks cor-el!

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You're welcome