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Does any one know how to get that Mac OS X search box text field? I see it on a lot of sites, but don't know how to put it on mine. If you dont know what i mean, look at this website http://good-tutorials.com/ and it is in the top right corner.

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i actually tried that before.. but couldnt find anything! Thanks though! ill have a look
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