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How To Search Google In Google Chrome's Omnibar dwight.stegall 2/2/10 1:09 AM
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Re: How To Search Google In Google Chrome's Omnibar dwight.stegall 2/4/10 11:05 PM
Searching Google In Google Chrome's Omnibar

You can search almost all of Google's products and apps in the Google Chrome Omnibox (address bar). All of the apps require you to be logged into your Google Account with cookies enabled for the search to work.

To use these right-click the Omnibar and click on "Edit search engines". In there click on the "Add" button. Use the info below to add each search to Chrome.

Let's say Google Web Search is your default search engine. Using keywords,like the ones below, allow you to bypass your default search so you can easily search other search engines. Let's say you want to search "Google Docs" for "meeting". Type this into the omnibar "docs meeting". The keyword "docs" tells Chrome which search engine to use. Leave a space between the keyword and the search terms. If you want to search your default search engine don't use a keyword. Chrome already knows what it is.

I didn't include the individual Help Forums since there are so many of them. If you want them you'll have to dig them out on your own. Here they all are http://goo.gl/7Ma0 I also didn't include Google's Language Tool since they are ever-changing. New languages are being added all the time and I didn't want to have to update this list forever. I might have missed a few other things but this will get you started.

Name: Google Calendar
Keyword: calendar
URL: https://www.google.com/calendar/render?tab=oc&q=%s

Name: Google Images
Keyword: images
URL: http://images.google.com/images?hl=en&source=hp&q=%s&btnG=Search+Images&gbv=2

Name: Google Video
Keyword: video
URL: http://video.google.com/videosearch?q=%s&hl=en&emb=0&aq=f#

Name: Google Maps
Keyword: maps
URL: http://maps.google.com/maps?q=%s&hl=en&emb=0&sa=N&tab=vl

Name: Google News
Keyword: news
URL: http://news.google.com/news?q=%s&hl=en&emb=0&sa=N&tab=ln

Name: Google Shopping
Keyword: shop
URL: http://www.google.com/products?q=%s&hl=en&tab=nf

Name: Google Gmail
Keyword: gmail
URL: https://mail.google.com/mail/?ui=2&shva=1#search/%s

Name: Google Books
Keyword: books
URL: http://books.google.com/books?q=%s&hl=en&sa=N&tab=fp

Name: Google Finance
Keyword: finance
URL: http://www.google.com/finance?q=%s&hl=en&tab=ne

Name: Google Scholar
Keyword: scolar
URL: http://scholar.google.com/scholar?q=%s&hl=en&sa=N&tab=Ts

Name: Google Blog Search
Keyword: blogs
URL: http://blogsearch.google.com/blogsearch?q=%s&hl=en&sa=N&tab=sb

Name: Youtube
Keyword: tube
URL: http://www.youtube.com/results?q=%s&hl=en&sa=N&tab=b1

Name: Google Picasa
Keyword: pics
URL: http://picasaweb.google.com/lh/view?q=%s&hl=en&sa=N&tab=bq#

Name: Google Docs
Keyword: docs
URL: https://docs.google.com/?hl=en&tab=bo#search/%s

Name: Google Reader
Keyword: reader
URL: https://www.google.com/reader/view/?hl=en&tab=by#search/%s/

Name: Google Sites
Keyword: sites
URL: http://sites.google.com/site/sites/system/app/pages/meta/search?q=%s&scope=all

Name: All Groups
Keyword: allgroups
URL: http://groups.google.com/groups?q=%s&hl=en&sa=N&tab=bg

Name: Google Groups
Keyword: groups
URL: http://groups.google.com/groups/search?hl=en&q=%s&btnG=Search&sitesearch=groups.google.com

Name: Google Checkout Stores
Keyword: checkout
URL: http://www.google.com/products?q=%s&btnG=Search&lmode=online&checkout=1

Name: Google Directory
Keyword: dir
URL: http://www.google.com/search?q=%s&btnG=Search+Directory&hl=en&cat=gwd%2FTop

Name: Google I'm Feeling Lucky
Keyword: im
URL: http://www.google.com/search?btnI=3564&q=%s

Name: Google Health
Keyword: health
URL: http://www.google.com/search?source=health&q=%s

Name: Google Patent Search
Keyword: patent
URL: http://www.google.com/patents?q=%s&btnG=Search+Patents

Name: Google Web Search
Keyword: web
URL: http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=%s

Name: Google Product search
Keyword: product
URL: http://www.google.com/products?q=%s&aq=f

Name: Google Trends
Keyword: trends
URL: http://www.google.com/trends?q=%s

Name: Search Google Mobile
Keyword: mobile
URL: http://www.google.com/search?sitesearch=www.google.com%2Fmobile&q=%s

Name: Google orkut
Keyword: orkut
URL: http://www.orkut.com/Main#UniversalSearch?origin=box&q=%s

Name: Google Knol
Keyword: knol
URL: http://knol.google.com/k/knol/Search?q=%s

Name: Google Labs
Keyword: labs
URL: http://www.googlelabs.com/?q=%s&apps=Search+Labs

Name: Google Code
Keyword: code
URL: http://code.google.com/intl/en/query/#q=%s

Name: Google Wave
Keyword: wave
URL: https://wave.google.com/wave/#restored:search:%2525s

Name: Google Help
Keyword: help
URL: http://www.google.com/support/bin/search.py?ctx=en%3Asearchbox&query=%s

Name: Jobs At Google
Keyword: jobs
URL: http://www.google.com/search?q=engineer&output=googleabout&sitesearch=www.google.com&hl=en&submit=Search

Name: Google Investor Relations
Keyword: invest
URL: http://www.google.com/search?domains=investor.google.com&sitesearch=investor.google.com&output=enterprise_search&q=%s&submit=Search

Name: Google Official Blog
Keyword: googblog
URL: http://googleblog.blogspot.com/search?q=%s

Name: Google Similar Images
Keyword: similar
URL: http://similar-images.googlelabs.com/images?hl=en&q=%s&btnG=Search+images

Name: Official Gmail Blog
Keyword: gmailblog
URL: http://gmailblog.blogspot.com/search?q=%s

Name: Google Lat Long Blog
Keyword: earth
URL: http://google-latlong.blogspot.com/search?q=%s

Name: Google Chrome Blog
Keyword: chrome
URL: http://chrome.blogspot.com/search?q=%s

Name: Chromium Blog
Keyword: chromium
URL: http://blog.chromium.org/search?q=%s

Name: Google Chrome For Mac Blog
Keyword: macblog
URL: http://googlemac.blogspot.com/search?q=%s

Name: Google Code Blog
Keyword: codeblog
URL: http://googlecode.blogspot.com/search?q=%s

Name: Google Wave Blog
Keyword: waveblog
URL: http://googlewave.blogspot.com/search?q=%s
Re: How To Search Google In Google Chrome's Omnibar dwight.stegall 2/4/10 11:06 PM
Here are a few more Google searches.

Name: Google Bookmarks
Keyword: bookmarks
URL: https://www.google.com/bookmarks/find?hl=en&q=%s&btnSMH=Search+Bookmarks

Name: Google Notebook
Keyword: notebook
URL: http://www.google.com/notebook/#q=%s

Name: Google Earth Gallery
Keyword: earthgallery
URL: http://www.google.com/gadgets/directory?synd=earth&hl=en&gl=&preview=on&q=%s

Name: Google Movies
Keyword: movies
URL: http://www.google.com/movies?q=%s&btnG=Search+Movies

Name: Google Music
Keyword: music
URL: http://www.google.com/movies?q=%s&btnG=Search+Movies

Name: Google History
Keyword: history
URL: https://www.google.com/history/find?hl=en&q=%s&btnSMH=Search+History

Name: Google Newsletter Archive
Keyword: newsarchive
URL: http://groups.google.com/group/google-friends/search?group=google-friends&q=%s&qt_g=Search+this+group

Name: Google Analytics
Keyword: analytics
URL: http://www.google.com/analytics/search.html#q=%s

Name: Youtub3b
Keyword: tube3b
URL: http://www.you3b.com/index.php?term=%s&page=browse&do=search

Name: google Shopping Classifieds
Keyword: class
URL: http://www.google.com/search?q=%s&sa=Google+Search&cat=gwd%2FTop%2FShopping%2FClassifieds&hl=en
Re: How To Search Google In Google Chrome's Omnibar dwight.stegall 2/4/10 11:07 PM
You can search any individual http://www.blogspot.com/ blog in Chrome's Omnibar like this.

Here is a random Blogspot site.

http://jszen.blogspot.com/

All you need to do is add this on to the end of the URL.

search?hl=en&q=%s

It will look like this.

http://jszen.blogspot.com/search?hl=en&q=%s
Re: How To Search Google In Google Chrome's Omnibar dwight.stegall 2/4/10 11:08 PM
If you are using a computer at a library, school, kiosk, work that blocks you from searching Google here is some good news. This should also work if you are in a country outside of the USA that blocks Google Search.

You can sneak in through Google's backdoor.

http://www.466453.com/

You can also use this to search Google in the Omnibar

Here is a normal Google Search URL.

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=%s

Replace that with this.

http://www.466453.com/search?hl=en&q=%s

That will redirect you to this.

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=%s

Enjoy!!! :)
Re: How To Search Google In Google Chrome's Omnibar dwight.stegall 2/5/10 9:33 PM
If you aren't able to add search engines to Chrome on a Public computer, copy this into the Omnibar.

http://www.466453.com/search?q=

Then add your keywords with a + between them like this

http://www.466453.com/search?q=blue+eyes

Now press enter to search.
Re: How To Search Google In Google Chrome's Omnibar dwight.stegall 2/5/10 9:42 PM
If you are in the Fullscreen Mode press the Windows Key + R to open the Windows Run Box. Paste the following in there and press enter to search.

http://www.466453.com/search?q=blue+eyes
Re: How To Search Google In Google Chrome's Omnibar dwight.stegall 2/5/10 9:45 PM
This will teach you how to filter your searches better.

Be careful some operators cancel each other out.

Google Guide

http://www.googleguide.com/advanced_operators.html

Below are hundreds of experiments using these operators

Google Hacking Database

http://johnny.ihackstuff.com/ghdb/

You should read a book called "Google Hacks Second Edition"

There is a preview of this book in Google Books

This example will help you find FREE Ebooks. Do not remove any of the spaces and OR must be capitalized.

harry potter ( pdf OR txt OR lit OR rar OR doc OR rtf OR chm OR pps OR zip OR odt )

If you want to see what people have to say about a certain topic you can display results only from forums.

inurl:forum harry potter

Server Penetration Testing Using Google

http://www.google.com/search?q=server+penetration+testing+using+google
http://www.google.com/search?q=server+penetration+using+google+web+search

Videos About Google Hacking

http://www.google.com/search?q=google+hacks+video
http://www.wonderhowto.com/how-to-hack-google.com/
http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=google+hacks&search_type=&aq=f

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Re: How To Search Google In Google Chrome's Omnibar dwight.stegall 2/6/10 2:17 PM
For the past several months trying to set your preferences on the Preference Page in Google Web Search has been impossible. So, Here is how you can change some of them while searching in Chrome's Omnibar. Google is the only search engine that makes this possible.

Let's say you want to set the number of results on the results page. You can add one of these options.

num=10
num=20
num=30
num=50
num=100

Let's say you want to change the language to Arabic. Google supports over 40 languages.

hl=ar

Here are the languages Google currently supports, but they add new ones occsionally. So this list could be obsolete soon. I won't be updating this list. You will have to search for the new languages on your own.

af=Afrikaans
ak=Akan
sq=Albanian
am=Amharic
ar=Arabic
hy=Armenian
az=Azerbaijani
eu=Basque
be=Belarusian
bn=Bengali
bh=Bihari
xx-bork=Bork, bork, bork!
bs=Bosnian
br=Breton
bg=Bulgarian
km=Cambodian
ca=Catalan
zh-CN=Chinese (Simplified)
zh-TW=Chinese (Traditional)
co=Corsican
hr=Croatian
cs=Czech
da=Danish
nl=Dutch
xx-elmer=Elmer Fudd
en=English
eo=Esperanto
et=Estonian
fo=Faroese
tl=Filipino
fi=Finnish
fr=French
fy=Frisian
gl=Galician
ka=Georgian
de=German
el=Greek
gn=Guarani
gu=Gujarati
xx-hacker=Hacker
ha=Hausa
haw=Hawaiian
iw=Hebrew
hi=Hindi
hu=Hungarian
is=Icelandic
ig=Igbo
id=Indonesian
ia=Interlingua
ga=Irish
it=Italian
ja=Japanese
jw=Javanese
kn=Kannada
kk=Kazakh
rw=Kinyarwanda
rn=Kirundi
xx-klingon=Klingon
ko=Korean
ku=Kurdish
ky=Kyrgyz
lo=Laothian
la=Latin
lv=Latvian
ln=Lingala
lt=Lithuanian
lg=Luganda
mk=Macedonian
mg=Malagasy
ms=Malay
ml=Malayalam
mt=Maltese
mi=Maori
mr=Marathi
mfe=Mauritian Creole
mo=Moldavian
mn=Mongolian
sr-ME=Montenegrin
ne=Nepali
no=Norwegian
nn=Norwegian (Nynorsk)
oc=Occitan
or=Oriya
om=Oromo
ps=Pashto
fa=Persian
xx-pirate=Pirate
pl=Polish
pt-BR=Portuguese (Brazil)
pt-PT=Portuguese (Portugal)
pa=Punjabi
qu=Quechua
ro=Romanian
rm=Romansh
ru=Russian
gd=Scots Gaelic
sr=Serbian
sh=Serbo-Croatian
st=Sesotho
sn=Shona
sd=Sindhi
si=Sinhalese
sk=Slovak
sl=Slovenian
so=Somali
es=Spanish
su=Sundanese
sw=Swahili
sv=Swedish
tg=Tajik
ta=Tamil
tt=Tatar
te=Telugu
th=Thai
ti=Tigrinya
to=Tonga
tr=Turkish
tk=Turkmen
tw=Twi
ug=Uighur
uk=Ukrainian
ur=Urdu
uz=Uzbek
vi=Vietnamese
cy=Welsh
xh=Xhosa
yi=Yiddish
yo=Yoruba
zu=Zulu

You can also change Safe Search this way too. Choose one of the options below.

safe=on
safe=off

Now let's take one of each of the options above and add then to your google Web Search URL. You don't have to use all of these. You can use just one, two or all three. It's up to you.

http://www.google.com/search?hl=ti&num=100&safe=off&q=%s

The %s tells Chrome where to put your keywords in the URL so it can search for them. You cannot omit them if you want this to work.

If you just want to paste the URL in the Omnibar don't use %s. Instead replace them with your keywords separated by a + sign like this.

http://www.google.com/search?hl=ti&num=100&safe=off&q=blue+eyes

The & ampersands in the URL are used as separators. No other character will work there.

If you are writing a web page and you use a Google Web Search URL in your HTML source code "&" will have to have this "amp;" added to it like this "&" or the W3C HTML Validator will give you an errer for each one you forgot to add that to.


http://www.google.com/search?hl=ti&num=100&safe=off&q=blue+eyes
Re: How To Search Google In Google Chrome's Omnibar dwight.stegall 2/6/10 2:32 PM
If there is a embedded JavaScript in your page and there is an "&" in the code you will have to add "amp;" to each one. Doing so will most likely cause the script to fail. So it's a good idea to save the script as a file.js file and include it on the page. This hides it from the validator so you don't have to use "amp;".

<script type="text/javascript" src="file.js"></script>

The above code will load file.js into your page. I used file.js as an example. You can replace the word "file" with anything you want.
Re: How To Search Google In Google Chrome's Omnibar dwight.stegall 2/7/10 3:02 AM
On Google's search results pages is "Show Options". In there is a way to set Anytime, Recent Results, Past 24 Hours, Past Week, Past Year. Sometimes that's not good enough. Sometimes you want to fine tune your query to different value.

Below is a sample of a typical Google Web search URL. Usually they have a lot more text in them. But I removed it to make this easier to understand.

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&dogs+r+cool+cats+r+not

To fine tune it we will need to add a command to that string. The command is "asq_dr=?".

Commands in a Google search URL are separated by "&" which tells the server script to stop the current action and move on to the next one.

Here is the sample url with the command inserted.

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&as_qdr=?&dogs+r+cool+cats+r+not

In the URL is "as_qdr=?&". Replace the "?" with the following time filters such as all, d1, w2, or y19 etc.

Sample "as_qdr=y19&". This is really easy after you have done it a couple of times.

all    Anytime
d1    Past 1 Day
d2    Past 2 Days
d3    Past 3 Days
d4    Past 4 Days
d5    Past 5 Days
d6    Past 6 Days
w1    Past 1 Week
w2    Past 2 Weeks
w3    Past 3 Weeks
m1    Past 1 Month
m2    Past 2 Months
m3    Past 3 Months
m4    Past 4 Months
m5    Past 5 Months
m6    Past 6 Months
m7    Past 7 Months
m8    Past 8 Months
m9    Past 9 Months
m10    Past 10 Months
m11    Past 11 Months
y1    Past 1 Year
y2    Past 2 Years
y3    Past 3 Years
y4    Past 4 Years
y5    Past 5 Years
y6    Past 6 Years
y7    Past 7 Years
y8    Past 8 Years
y9    Past 9 Years
y10    Past 10 Years
y11    Past 11 Years
y12    Past 12 Years
y13    Past 13 Years
y14    Past 14 Years
y15    Past 15 Years
y16    Past 16 Years
y17    Past 17 Years
y18    Past 18 Years
y19    Past 19 Years

The server won't let you go past 19 years.
Re: How To Search Google In Google Chrome's Omnibar Stefan vd 2/7/10 10:01 AM
Just typ what you want to search or typ the URL. More you doesn't need to know about it. Here is no up-skilling needed.
Re: How To Search Google In Google Chrome's Omnibar dwight.stegall 2/8/10 9:41 AM
Make I'm Feeling Lucky your default search in the Chrome Omnibar.


Right-click the Omnibar > click edit search engines > click the add button > type in a name "Google - I'm Feeling Lucky > type in a keyword im > paste this url in there

http://www.google.com/search?btnI=3564&q=%s

Then click OK to save that > highlight your new search engine by clicking on it's name then click on make default button.

If you do not want this as the default then type "im" in the omnibar and leave a space then type in your key words and press enter.

Example "im cat" will take you to the Caterpillar website at cat.com

Example "im google blog" will take you to the Official Google Blog

If you are on a computer that doesn't allow you to search google paste this in the address bar. It will allow you to sneak past their security.

http://www.466453.com/search?btnI=3564&q=google+maps

This will allow you to search google without the I'm Feeling Lucky action

http://www.466453.com/search?q=google+maps


Re: How To Search Google In Google Chrome's Omnibar dwight.stegall 2/23/10 10:08 PM
Google I'm Feeling Lucky! As Default Search Engine

The following is for Windows users. It might be different for other Operating Systems.

Google Chrome & Chromium

1. Right-click the address bar and click on "Edit search engines...".
2. Click the Add button
3. Where it asks for a name type Google - I'm Feeling Lucky!
4. Where it ask for a keyword type im
5. Where it asks for a URL paste http://www.google.com/search?ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&sourceid=navclient&gfns=1&q=%s
6. Click Ok to save your settings and exit the dialog box
7. Now click the Make Default button
8. Click the Close button at the bottom
9. Type in keywords in the address bar that describe the site you want like Caterpillar for http://www.cat.com/

Internet Explorer and It's Clones

1. Go to this site http://www.ieaddons.com/en/createsearch.aspx
2. Where it asks for an URL paste http://www.google.com/search?ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&sourceid=navclient&gfns=1&q=TEST
3. Where it asks for a name type Google - I'm Feeling Lucky!
4. Click the Install Search Provider button.
5. Check the box that says Make this my default search provider.
6. Click the Add button.
7. Type in keywords in the search box that describe the site you want like Caterpillar for http://www.cat.com/

Mozilla Firefox

There is nothing to do here. Firefox searches Google - I'm Feeling Lucky! in the address bar by default. To change that type about:config into the address bar and press Enter. In the filter search box type keyword.URL and change the search URL to the one you want.

Flock

1. Type about:config into the address bar and press Enter
2. In the filter search bar type keyword.URL
3. When you see keyword.URL look to the right and you will see an URL
4. Replace it with http://www.google.com/search?ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&sourceid=navclient&gfns=1&q=
5. Type in keywords in the address bar that describe the site you want like Caterpillar for http://www.cat.com/

Opera

1. Press CTRL+F12 to open the Preferences panel.
2. Click on the Search tab.
3. Click on the Add button.
4. Where it asks for a name type Google - I'm Feeling Lucky!
5. Where it asks for a keyword type im
6. where it asks for an address paste http://www.google.com/search?ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&sourceid=navclient&gfns=1&q=%s
7. Click the check box where it asks Use As Default Search Engine
8. Click Ok and then Ok again to save those settings and exit the dialog box.
9. Type in keywords in the search box that describe the site you want like Caterpillar for http://www.cat.com/

Safari For Windows

You can't add any search engines to the search box or address bar in this browser.

But you can use this bookmarklet I made for that.

Google - I'm Feeling Lucky!

javascript:void(q=prompt('Google%20-%20I\'m%20Feeling%20Lucky!:\n\nEnter%20Keywords%20and/or%20Operators',getSelection()));if(q)%20void(location.href='http://www.google.com/search?ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&sourceid=navclient&gfns=1&q='%20+%20escape(q))

In the box that opens when you click on the bookmarklet type in keywords that describe the site you want like Caterpillar for http://www.cat.com/

Put this bookmarklet where it is easy to get to like on the Bookmark Toolbar.

Google's I'm Feeling Lucky doesn't always understand what you want so sometimes it sends you to Google Web Search. Try different keywords until it sends you to the site you want.

Re: How To Search Google In Google Chrome's Omnibar david.king 8/26/10 3:52 PM
Awesome post! This should be the default article on how to customise your omnibox search settings. I never realised it was this powerful.
Re: How To Search Google In Google Chrome's Omnibar Evance 8/27/10 5:19 PM
Thanks for sharing, dwight.stegall! Check out Chromies of the Week for a post about ya. :)

Evance


Re: How To Search Google In Google Chrome's Omnibar mabb 10/8/10 1:28 PM
Is there a convenient reference source to look up what the command-line qualifiers for Google Maps, etc mean?

eg &hl=en
     &emb=0
     &sa=N
     &tab=vl

etc
Re: How To Search Google In Google Chrome's Omnibar Thomas P. 12/14/10 6:06 PM
for Firefox users,
It may be worth visiting the MyCroft project: http://mycroft.mozdev.org/
Re: How To Search Google In Google Chrome's Omnibar Thomas P. 12/14/10 6:53 PM
I think Dwight missed a couple of my favourite query-string parameters for Google WebSearch:
* complete=0  : which tuns Google AutoSuggest off.
* filter=0         : which shows "all" results, i.e.
                       - avoid having to click the "repeat the search with the omitted results included"-link at the end.
Re: How To Search Google In Google Chrome's Omnibar padolsky 1/16/11 3:32 AM
What about for Google Translate?
Re: How To Search Google In Google Chrome's Omnibar mabb 1/16/11 8:55 AM
For Google Translate using auto language detect and the results in English, create a search engine with this as the URL:


If you want to determine the language to translate from instead of relying on auto, replace "auto" with the language code (eg "fr" for french, "de" for german, etc), and you can replace the "en" with another language code too.

eg to translate from hungarian to hindi, set the URL as:


You can find out the language codes for your chosen languages by using Google Translate normally, set up a translation, press enter, and look at the Chrome address bar.  Then you can set up a search abbreviation for each language pair you use.
Re: How To Search Google In Google Chrome's Omnibar jeszyman 2/6/11 12:49 PM
The Google Docs search engine URL has stopped working for me since they upgraded their folder architecture last month (01/11). Does anyone else have this problem and perhaps a new URL or solution?
Re: How To Search Google In Google Chrome's Omnibar mabb 2/9/11 11:22 AM
@jeszyman  Strangely, Google Docs now changes the URL when you enter it, preventing address bar searches from working.

You can see this by doing a search in Google Docs (type in the Google Docs search box and press Enter). Then select all text in the address bar (Ctrl+L), copy it (Ctrl+C), close the tab (Ctrl+W), and paste in the address bar of a new tab (Ctrl+T, Ctrl+V, Enter). If you watch the address bar, you will see the URL appear as before, then change to the Google Docs home page. The same thing happens if you drag the green padlock of Google Docs to the tab bar of Chrome.
Re: How To Search Google In Google Chrome's Omnibar nunomira 2/14/11 1:20 PM
Not being able to search Google Docs anymore from the address bar sucks.
Re: How To Search Google In Google Chrome's Omnibar mabb 2/14/11 2:42 PM
It does work within the current tab if the tab is already loaded with Google Docs, but this defeats the point, as you then have a search box anyway.
Re: How To Search Google In Google Chrome's Omnibar notovny 2/19/11 4:01 PM
If you enable the GMail lab "Apps Search", then the search string:

https://mail.google.com/mail/?shva=1#apps/%s/m0/d100

Will serve to return  Docs results from within GMail.
Re: How To Search Google In Google Chrome's Omnibar y4ssen 3/8/11 2:33 AM
Kurdish translation
Re: How To Search Google In Google Chrome's Omnibar y4ssen 3/8/11 2:37 AM
there is no Kurdish translation , in Goggle Chrome and sadly we Are 55 M   Populations in the world ?????????????????????????????????????
Re: How To Search Google In Google Chrome's Omnibar mabb 3/18/11 11:51 AM
The Google Docs problem seems to be fixed now.  Try:


or


Re: How To Search Google In Google Chrome's Omnibar jeszyman 3/19/11 11:10 AM
It works! I really missed this feature the last few months. Much thanks, mabb.
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