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I managed to actually fix my Google Search Page in SeaMonkey simply by FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS

I managed to actually Fix my Google Search Page in SeaMonkey simply by FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS.

It is a thing I normally do not do. That is, alter CODE in an HTML document in a browser, but since I got the instructions from a tech support guy at Mozillazine specifically for my particular issue, I risked everything by doing the changes STEP BY STEP.

It's good to have support when you need it most and you don't have to be a genius to follow simple instructions. I needed confidence and patience which I have little of both, but managed to do it right and now I have no more issues with cursor being up in the corner and not allowing text to go all the way across the window text entry field.

Now that I managed not to uninstall my browser but instead simply modify code in one single line of commands I managed to override the mistake that was made either by myself by typing in the wrong keys while half asleep at the computer the other day or there was a real bug in the machine that twerpulated things just to make me nervous enough to give me a headache.

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VinceSummers wrote on September 2, 2018, 10:05 PM

Oh this image! When I first saw it,as a thumbnail, I thought it was a Native in full costume. Man, I AM getting old, aren't I?

MegL wrote on September 3, 2018, 2:59 AM

Me too. It took me a while to work out it's a laughing dog?

MegL wrote on September 3, 2018, 3:00 AM

Glad you got it fixed. Probably both. Bug because you shouldn't be able to break it by hitting a few random keys!

lookatdesktop wrote on September 4, 2018, 9:28 AM

Funny thing about this browser. If I copy and past a command into the search window at the main tool bar, it will open the source code to the browser. So I may have pasted something by accident or typed something into the browser search window and ended up with a bug. I do not know if any and all browsers come with a Duck Duck Go search engine built right into it, but SeaMonkey does.

MegL wrote on September 4, 2018, 1:03 PM

You may find the answer to that in the forums.