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  1. #1
    Safari: Google / Yahoo / Bing ONLY?
    …in the new URL/Search window. I use other search engines and used to have them drop down from the old discrete search field before Safari 6 came out. DuckDuckGo, Ix, etc.

    How can I assign some more search engines to my default browser preferences?

    Thank you.

  2. #2
    **Solved**

    Just use the Glims extension.

    Then load in your preferred search engines.

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    Safari: Google / Yahoo / Bing ONLY?
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    How are you using Glims with Safari 6.0? Once installed, Safari 6 removes the Glims extension.

  4. #4
    Quote Originally Posted by chscag View Post
    How are you using Glims with Safari 6.0? Once installed, Safari 6 removes the Glims extension.
    Nothing special.

    I noticed that my Glims had vanished.

    So I reinstalled it and loaded in my preferred search engines.

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