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To Google: Toolbar suggestion

 2:05 am on Mar 12, 2002 (gmt 0)

When I enter the search bar options page. I receive the following options.

- Search Web button
- Search Site button
- I'm Feeling Lucky button
- Search Images button
- Search Groups button
- Search Directory button

I only have the Search Web Button active. I would have all the buttons active but they take up so much screen space.

If Google enabled the toggling of text inside these buttons that would be Great! Then I could use all the buttons. I don't need the text in the button. The image will be enough to figure out what it does. Looking at a clover I think I can figure out that the button is a feel lucky search. My goal for the bar is to be able to use it all... So saving space is necessary.

I hope Google does this! (hint: GoogleGuy, pass it on)

<IMG> Search Web <IMG> Site Search <IMG> I feel lucky <IMG> Search Images


(edited by: Lisa_Lia at 3:02 am (utc) on Mar. 12, 2002)



 2:45 am on Mar 12, 2002 (gmt 0)

Click on the Google button, then select Toolbar Options...

Look for "Button text labels" and click on "No text."

Who loves you, Lisa? That's right, Google does.. :) Seriously, thanks for the chance to mention this handy option.


 2:59 am on Mar 12, 2002 (gmt 0)

Can't believe I missed that one.


I had a case of RTFM.

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