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How to enable automatic google search for unknown URL?

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Hi, is there a way to enable the browser to perform a google search, if the string typed in the adress bar is not resolvable?

For example, if I type:

I like cats

My Browser just says:

The address isn't valid The URL is not valid and cannot be loaded.

I am aware of the keyword concept, for example setting g for google.com such that:

g I like cats

would perform a google search.

But is it also possible to define something like a default search engine that just searchs the given string whenever the address can not be resolved?

The keyword.enabled parameter in about:config is true.

I use Firefox 16.0.1 for Linux Mint.

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Hi, is there a way to enable the browser to perform a google search, if the string typed in the adress bar is not resolvable? For example, if I type: I like cats My Browser just says: The address isn't valid The URL is not valid and cannot be loaded. I am aware of the keyword concept, for example setting g for google.com such that: g I like cats would perform a google search. But is it also possible to define something like a default search engine that just searchs the given string whenever the address can not be resolved? The keyword.enabled parameter in about:config is true. I use Firefox 16.0.1 for Linux Mint. Thanks!

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Thanks. The article suggest to enable the keyword.enabled field and reset (leave blank) the keyword.URL field. I did this (this was actually default) and it does not work.

However, just typing the google search address:

   http://www.google.com/search?q=

in the field and it works!

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I *strongly* advise using another search engine - Google has been ndicted by the US DOJ *big time*. Use a better search engine - which also searches your beloved Google: monstercrawler.com

In your about:config, go to the "keyword.URL filter, and change to: http://search.monstercrawler.com/search/web?q

Google collects your cookies. This "back door" does not. if you don't like "monstercrawler" name (why don't you hate "google" - it's baby babble for 10[10] anyway!), use "startpage.com". It's Google's back door. But "as you will'.