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How can i change the google search to search the uk website and not the us, i cant see anywhere in the preferences to set it but there must be a way.

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I found that page: http://www.macosxhints.com/article.p...30514035516436

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If you're a decently advanced Mac user, you should try this:

http://www.macosxhints.com/article.p...30514035516436

EDIT: Dekan beat me to it, it's the same post on MacOSXhints

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Well i've only had my macbook a month but i'll give it a shot.

EDIT: just read it and i am a bit bewildered on how to save current settings and what termina and vi is?
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You can also try Inquisitor. It will add the ability to change the search engine within Safari's preferences

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You can also try Inquisitor. It will add the ability to change the search engine within Safari's preferences
Thanks, i was just about to do it the other way after a quick google search told me about terminal and vi text editor but this was a nice quick solution.
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