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safari : can i add another search engine to my search box?


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hey guys..
can i add a new search engine to my search box on safari ? by default it's google ? can i add another search engine say for example yahoo ?
you can do that on internet explorer and safari (for windows) i don't know about safari on mac!
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Inquisitor allows you to choose which search engine you want to use. It also changes the way it searches to be more like Spotlight.

I believe Safari Enhancer also has the ability to change the search engine.

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yepppp...
thank you so much, just installed inquisitor! really amazing!!

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Oddly enough, the Safari for Windows beta, and Safari on the iPhone, include Yahoo! as well as Google in the search bar.
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True! I never realised that Safari for Mac didn't have Yahoo search. Anyway, I'm happy using Inquisitor. That's the best way to search...
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