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i need help :( with mystyle.css opera sheet
Tristin




msg:1178837
 5:45 am on Feb 6, 2003 (gmt 0)

Im having problems its only a small thing but if i could just get this sorted out opera would be perfect :).
a page i visit often has two search engines the first one i never use and in ie it wasnt a problem because one press on the tab key and bingo right to the second engine, but in opera (6.5) i have to press tab 3 times.
i was wondering if it was possible to block the first serach engine using css like you can with images (which comes in very handy) opera identifies as MSIE 5 and still no change i have searched for 6 hours today and still nothing can anyone here help?

 

Brett_Tabke




msg:1178838
 5:49 am on Feb 6, 2003 (gmt 0)

Not off hand. What can do is edit Opera's "search.ini" file and add the search engine to your right click menu. Then you can search from the address bar. Just replace one of the other se's that you don't use (like say ebay or amazon).

Just load "search.ini" up in a text editor, and you'll figure out the format. The only tricky part will be figuring out the url and form values you'll need from the site se you use all the time.

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