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    "I'm Feeling Lucky" search in Safari Address Bar?
    I'm considering switching back to Safari from Firefox, but is there a way to implement this feature? It's definitely a deal-maker/breaker to me....

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    Sep 23, 2006
    Las Vegas, NV USA
    iMac, and Macbook Pro
    Download SafariStand:

    In the SafariStand settings, enable Quick Search and add a new line called something like Google lucky. Set a shortcut and define the URL as:
    You can now perform a Google "I'm feeling lucky" search directly in the Safari URL address bar. When you press Return, Safari will open up the first match from Google.

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