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I have a website i put a search box on that allows you to choose from multiple search engines. After typing in a query, you have to either click "search" or tab over to it instead of just hitting the return key. It worked fine when i was using windows but i cant get it to work with the return key on mac. does anyone have a search code that works better with mac?
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