Ubuntu 14.04 Trusty Tahr (64 bit)
In FireFox, I click the dropdown next to search engine bar, Manage Search Engines, Get More Search Engines, I click on "Add to FireFox" next to the YouTube search engine and this error shows:
"Sorry, you need a Mozilla-based browser (such as Firefox) to install a search plugin."
I guess I'm wondering if I'm the only Firefox refugee Google Chrome user who uses Startpage HTTPS as their default search engine. My preference is startpage -> duckduckgo -> google, and I only use google when I want to use the cache.
I'm not actually all that rabidly concerned about tracking, but I find the signal to noise ratio in google search terrible.
When I am at tap the Menu button, the menu pops up and shows four functions: Edit page, Create folder, Search, and Settings. I uninstalled the default Google search engine on my rooted phone, so now the Search function does not do anything when I tap on it.
I want to reassign my default search to Multi Search, an app that inquire multiple search engines at once.
Canonical's Rick Spencer has written about two small changes that are happening to Mozilla Firefox in Ubuntu 10.04. The first is the default Ubuntu home-page with its search box in Firefox will now follow whatever the user has set as their default search engine in Firefox. The second change is that ...