> NormanM wrote:
>> I will perform a google search on the word "jupiter".
>> First, I open my browser (Firefox 188.8.131.52). I put jupiter in the
>> address bar (no quotes) and hit enter.
>> The results page comes up. The address bar now contains this:
>> Let's look at Hit #8:
>> 10 Apr 2005 . General information, some statistical data and links.
>> nineplanets.org/jupiter.html - Cached - Similar
>> The hotlink for hit #8 is connected to the word "Jupiter" - the
>> first line of the hit.
>> I Right-click on that hotlink. I select "copy link location".
>> Now, I'll paste it right here:
> Okay. Let me try several browsers:
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> SeaMonkey 1.1.17
I can't confirm this with Seamonkey 1.1.17 or SM2.0b1.
Putting in just "jupiter" results in the domain trying to be resolved
(which doesn't lead anywhere of course)
Performing a searrch without using a keyword only works when using at
least 2 words seperated by a space or more. And even then I don't get
your "google-links" in SM. o_0
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