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How do I remove certain smart keywords?

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http://support.mozilla.com/en-US/kb/Smart+keywords I want to know how to remove the smart keywords that this article tells you only how to create.

I have the smart keyword 'ford' set to search the Ford website. I never use it, and when I want to simply Google 'ford escort' and type 'ford escort' into my location bar, it searches ford.com for 'escort' instead, because of that smart keyword. Long story short: I want to remove that smart keyword and all my troubles will be solved.

http://johnbokma.com/firefox/keymarks-explained.html I looked at this site and I do not have the 'quick searches' folder in my bookmarks menu.

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Isisombululo esikhethiwe

Try :dialog searchengines.

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A smart keyword is stored as a bookmark, so you just need to delete it.

Go to the Library (Bookmarks -> Organize Bookmarks or Ctrl+Shift+B)

In the Search Bookmarks textbox, enter in the title of the keyword search bookmark. You can see the title in the location bar if you use the keyword.

Then, just delete it with the Delete key or right click and choosing Delete.

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Thanks for the reply.

However there are certain keywords that do not appear when I type them into the location bar. But when I hit enter, they still take me to a search page. They don't appear to be in my bookmarks anywhere either.

Here's a screenshot of the only way I know of being able to see them all, which is with the Vimperator add-on.

I have no idea how 'bugmenot1' and 'urban1' got there, and I can't find them in the Library.

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Isisombululo Esikhethiwe

Try :dialog searchengines.

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Start Firefox in Diagnose Firefox issues using Troubleshoot Mode to check if one of your add-ons is causing your problem (switch to the DEFAULT theme: Tools > Add-ons > Themes). See Troubleshoot extensions, themes and hardware acceleration issues to solve common Firefox problems and Troubleshoot issues with plugins like Flash or Java to fix common Firefox problems

If it does work in Safe-mode then disable all your extensions and then try to find which is causing it by enabling one at a time until the problem reappears. You can use "Disable all add-ons" on the Diagnose Firefox issues using Troubleshoot Mode start window to disable all extensions. You have to close and restart Firefox after each change via "File > Exit" (on Mac: "Firefox > Quit")