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For some odd reason it hasn't worked for me. I wish to install the everyclick search bar to Firefox 36.0.4 and understood that this add on search would make this simple. but oh no, I cannot see any add on facilty and when I went to the site I wished to add on to right click as suggested, it did show on the top right hand side of the page

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必装扩展之一啊~~
感谢~

Simple and effective! Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles

I wasn't able to add Google Images and other search engines to the search bar. With this add-on it is a piece of cake! Thank you very much :)

Excellent...and you CAN change the url... Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles

To Alois Wrdlbrmbfd below, I use "organize search engines" add-on, and you can easily open the properties and change anything you want, even icons. Enjoy
p.s. This addon rocks, I use it all the time.

You cant do without it Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles

Really, this is one of my candidates for "best Add-On ever". Easy, small and extremely useful. If it just had an option to customize each search engine's URI or API call, I'd give six stars. I'd pick the sixth one from the sky :)

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Oh yes,my old easy way is back!Thank you.
:-)

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If you're already in the search result page and use this addon it will save a very redundant url. Also does not work with MyAnimeList. Still, I can't find any better addon.

Is it possible to add a point that disables the country-specific redirection? Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles

Is it possible to add a point that disables the country-specific redirection? This always "google.com" is opened.

I have added this search link "https://www.google.com/ncr". However, the addition "ncr" only works in the address bar.

Thanks for this add-on.

Ist es möglich, ein Punkt hinzufügen, der die länderspezifischen Umleitung deaktiviert ? Damit immer "google.com" geöffnet wird.

Ich habe diese Suche Link hinzugefügt https://www.google.com/ncr. Der Zusatz "NCR" funktioniert nur, jedoch in der Adressleiste.

Vielen Dank für dieses Add-on.

Thanks for the "Fix for Firefox 34+" Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles

@lostinvegas

Thanks a lot for your "about:config - browser.search.showOneOffButtons (false)" advise.
I'm so happy my good old search bar is back again. You're my hero of the day !!!

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Очень нужное

Great Add-On Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles

Thanks for keeping this one up and running , thx for 4 scroll bar arrows as well over at stylish.

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Fix for Firefox 34+ Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles

@Lenny
The new behavior is not created by the add-on but by Firefox 34+ which changes the behavior of the search box (horribly IMO)
Good news is this is easy to fix:
In the address bar type about:config
Type browser.search.showOneOffButtons and double click it to set it to false

Used to be Terrific, but Now Broken? Noté 3 sur 5 étoiles

Hi Malte,
I have loved using your extension over the years and recommended it to many friends!
Recently two low-tech friends asked me for help because it is no longer working for them. On my machine it still works because I haven't updated it recently, but I see the problem on their machines.
1. Old behavior: you can see the icon of the current engine in the search bar. New behavior: you don't know what engine you are currently using. This is a big problem for people like us who use the extension to change the engine ten times a day. For instance we search for one thing on Google, then search the same words on Wikipedia, then Amazon.... Very quickly, just by pulling the arrow, we are able to search on various engines.
2. Old behavior: there was no default engine. New behavior: there is a default engine. This is a big problem for us, because we don't want to have a default engine. We like just seeing the icon of the current engine. So for instance if it is set to Amazon, the icon tells us so, and we can choose to leave it there for a new Amazon search or change the engine. With the new system, if the default engine is Google, it seems like you have to switch to Amazon for every Amazon search you want to make, it doesn't just stay there.
So my question:
- Have you actually changed the behavior, or is it just a problem with this version? (My friends are both on Windows, one is Vista 64, the other Win 7.)
- If you changed the behavior, would you please introduce a setting so that the fans of the add-on can use it the old way, which means:
1. No default engine, just a "current engine"
2. The icon shows you the current engine

Thanks heaps for all the years of terrific use (still working for me.)
Wishing you a fun end of the year,
LD

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Hi Dr. Evil, what happened to your add-on Organize Search Engines? I had to reset my Firefox profile and wanted to install it again, but the Mozilla Add-Ons site said that you had removed it.

Can you please inform as to why Organize Search Engines was no longer available for download? I really liked that add-on and cannot find where to get it again.

Add to Search Bar is great but once you've added a bunch of searches, it's very helpful to have them in folders so that your search menu doesn't get too long :)

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FF30 no worked

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Дополнение из категории Must Have!!!
Большое спасибо разработчику!!!

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It automatically sets the newly added search engine as default? That's not what we want.

Cette critique est pour une version précédente du module (2.7). 

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Thanks

Cette critique est pour une version précédente du module (2.7). 

Needs some more love Noté 3 sur 5 étoiles

The "Add engine to search bar" dialog shows up in the wrong place. I have firefox on my second screen, and the dialog shows up on the first. Placement of the dialog shows be similar to firefox's own dialogs, i.e. in the middle of the active Firefox window. And sometimes the window appears almost empty. Weird.

Secondly, After inputting a keyword, Enter or clicking OK doesn't dismiss the dialog. Instead, it silently adds it to the search engine list.

So the workflow is:
1) Right click
2) Select Add to Search Bar
3) Move my focus to my other screen
4) Type a keyword
5) Grab the mouse again
6) Click OK
7) Click Cancel

Desired:
1) Right click
2) Select Add to Search Bar
3) Focus is at the "keyword" field, so type a keyword
4) Hit Enter, and be done.

Can you please provide a fix?

Cette critique est pour une version précédente du module (2.6). 

New version

I just fixed the bug that prevents the OK button from working in version 2.7. That's really quite embarrassing and shouldn't have slipped through my testing.

The dialog placement works fine for me (Linux/Gnome), but these things aren't unlikely to behave differently on different platforms. If you wouldn't mind letting me know your operating system including the version and details of your dual monitor setup (e.g. is the primary monitor left or right) at firefox@maltekraus.de and I'll see if I can improve things.

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Very useful add-on!

Cette critique est pour une version précédente du module (2.6).