Safari on mac Home › Forum › Chat Forum › Safari on mac Viewing 10 posts - 1 through 10 (of 10 total) Safari on mac timwillowsMember Is there an way to change the helpful Google search box in the toolbar so that it searched google.co.uk, rather than google.com? Posted 9 years ago peteimprezaSubscriber Not that I know of. Let me know if you find out. 😕 peteimpreza AT mac dot com Posted 9 years ago biscuitandpotatoMember you can install Inquisitor it will then suggest searches or search which ever engine you specify in preferences HTH Posted 9 years ago retro83Member install glims, it does a load of other userful stuff as well like adding fullscreen mode Posted 9 years ago MrNuttMember I’ve just uninstalled Inquisitor after reading a bit more about the behavior of its creator and his manipulation of the results to suit his needs. Posted 9 years ago mboySubscriber Install Firefox. Much as I love my Mac, I find Safari infuriating, Firefox is way better. Posted 9 years ago deadlyhifiMember have a look here: http://pimpmysafari.com/plugins/?c=Searching Posted 9 years ago peteimprezaSubscriber glims does the trick 🙂 yeah 😀 Posted 9 years ago andymMember retro83 – thanks for posting about glims. Nice one. Posted 9 years ago timwillowsMember Glims seems to have sorted it, thanks Posted 9 years ago Viewing 10 posts - 1 through 10 (of 10 total) The topic ‘Safari on mac’ is closed to new replies.