Inquisitor: Spotlight for Safari

Discussion in 'OS X and OS X Apps' started by Kelvin, Oct 30, 2006.

  1. Kelvin

    Kelvin Active Member

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    Just when I was 100% convince that I was sticking with Firefox 2.0, I discover this nifty little Safari plug-in.

    100% Completely stable, 100% Free. Works as advertised!
     
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    this is a cool plug-in
     
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    whatta find! a must have for any safari user. thanks.

    one question though. how do i switch back to google? there are times when inquisitor is really useful for a quick search and there are times when i want to google something and really look at a bunch of sites out there. any quick worksaround to having to go to the google website and doing a search from there?
     
  4. hannibal

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    what i do is just hit return (enter) after typing the keyword/s. i think if you don't select from the inquisitor pull down search results, it'll bring you to the default google search.
     
    #4 hannibal, Oct 30, 2006
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    Thanks for the lead, Kelv.

    Getting the hang of using Inquisitor.
     
  6. orj78

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    thanks for the tip, hannibal... i thought i still had to uninstall it to get google back.
     
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    guys, i installed this plug in this morning and after only a few hours, it has a new version already (version33) :)
     
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    How do I uninstall Inquisitor? Can't seem to use Acid Search with Safari after I installed Inquisitor.

    Thank you for any leads.

    Alfie
     
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    Theus PhilMUG Addict Member
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    nice! even showed my website after typing 6 characters, yey i think i'm getting famous! :)
     
  10. orj78

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    just run the installer again, and click on the uninstall button. :)
     
  11. XyNo

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    really nifty plugin :) thanks for the heads up
     
  12. elbert

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    It's cool, but I want my previous Google search list back! Looks like I'll be uninstalling Inquisitor soon. I'm so hooked on Sogudi anyway.
     
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    this doesnt work with acidsearch. so i uninstalled it.
     
  14. lightningboy

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    if you launch Safari while not yet connected to the internet, inquisitor will abort Safari while loading. It could be pre-loading stuff from the internet and breaks when offline.

    This will crash captive portal log-ins like Airborne Access'.
     

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