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The simple fact is that all the toolbar does is allow people to control what their browsers can do, which up until now was the reserve of those of a technical nature willing to put in the time and effort.
Just think; this measure wouldn't *be* necessary if people didn't try to use a visitors browser to do things like generate revenue from a user as they leave their site.
While I know of several sites which use onUnload() for perfectly valid reasons, I cannot think of one "reputable" site which relies on me leaving their site as a method to generate revenue...
Are you seeing something that we're not seeing? Please expound.
Nevermind. I went and checked out my options and there it is.
(edited by: cjtripnewton at 10:52 pm (utc) on May 22, 2002)
Any clue about this...
1. Copy the url
2. Visit any webpage
3. Paste the google url into the bar and visit the page.
4. On click it will take you to the page you visited in part 2 and the update will have happened.
This is what <button default class=button style="width:100" name=back onclick="history.back(1)">OK</button> does
GoogleGuy, still no search microsoft option on the fancysearch button.