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hi i dlike to add a default term to my google search engine in firefox 4. i do a lot lyric searches. so i would love to add the word "lyric" as default. means if i type "rihanna - umbrella" it searches "rihanna umbrella lyric" is this somehow possible to add a special string to the search engines in firefox? thanks a lot

asked Jun 22 '11 at 11:03

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found it! open the search.json file. search for "value":"{searchTerms}" of the speciefig search engine and just add lyric. looks like this if edited "value":"lyric {searchTerms}"

works fine.


answered Jun 22 '11 at 11:22

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