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Get rid of "This Time Search With.

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  • Last reply by r.thomas.wright

I hate the "This time, search with" in the URL bar. When I want to search, I use the Search bar for that. I don't need extra icons that I'm not going to use taking up space in the URL bar. I've seen it suggested that they can be removed in the Search options page. But when I've tried that, it also removes them from the Search bar.

Here's what I want: for the URL bar to only have space for a URL, no "This time, search with" nonsense, but the Search bar left completely intact, with all the search engines I use.

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Currently, there is no way to remove that row of icons only from the address bar drop-down and not from the search bar drop-down.

You can use custom style rules in an optional userChrome.css file to hide the row, but this won't actually remove it, so it would become a "Bermuda triangle" for the selection bar if you arrow key into that area. I guess since you aren't showing any suggestions from bookmarks or history, arrowing down isn't a likely scenario.

If that sounds okay:

Have you already created a userChrome.css file? You would add this rule:

  #urlbar .search-one-offs:not([hidden]) {
    display: none !important;
  }

If it's your first time, I or another support volunteer can lay out the steps.

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Currently, there is no way to remove that row of icons only from the address bar drop-down and not from the search bar drop-down.

You can use custom style rules in an optional userChrome.css file to hide the row, but this won't actually remove it, so it would become a "Bermuda triangle" for the selection bar if you arrow key into that area. I guess since you aren't showing any suggestions from bookmarks or history, arrowing down isn't a likely scenario.

If that sounds okay:

Have you already created a userChrome.css file? You would add this rule:

  #urlbar .search-one-offs:not([hidden]) {
    display: none !important;
  }

If it's your first time, I or another support volunteer can lay out the steps.

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Thanks! That worked perfectly!

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