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New Toolbar Features!
Some pretty useful add-ons

 4:32 pm on Mar 3, 2003 (gmt 0)


Combined Search button
The Combined Search button is a great way to conserve real estate on your Toolbar while still retaining access to all the different ways there are to search using Google. Simply enter search terms in the search box and click on the main part of the button to search, or click the little triangle on the right-hand end of the button to bring down a menu of different search types.

Browser control
The onUnload JavaScript event is most often used to open pop-up windows as you leave a page, which can be an annoyance. The following feature will clear the onUnload event after loading each page.

And my fav.

The Next and Previous result buttons allow you to quickly navigate among the results from the last Google search you performed. For example, you might perform a search and click the first result link and surf around for a while, then click the "Next" button to see the second result.

Sorry if anyone posted this already.



 5:15 pm on Mar 3, 2003 (gmt 0)

Toolbar updated? [webmasterworld.com] is a not that old thread about it... ;)


 5:33 pm on Mar 3, 2003 (gmt 0)

Yeah...I did not see any mention of the previous and next buttons on it. Maybe those are brank spanking new?

Saw one post about the pop-up "blocker"

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