Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Techxan, Mar 8, 2012.
Anyone know? I know it is a simple setting, but I have no idea where it is.
i didnt get what your trying to say btw here is the way
go to tools, options,go to privacy tab, in bottem there is a line location bar (when using the location suggest) in drop down menu set NOTHING and you are good to go
sorry for my english
That soesnt stop it.
When i put in zazzle.com, it goes to zazzle.com. When I put in zazzle, it goes to Bing search results for the word zazzle.
I want it to 404 instead of going to bing when what I type is not a correct address.
I want to stop it from searching from the address bar.
Enter about:config in your url bar.
Modify and set value to some non existent url like: http://www.meatspin.com/?q=
The same as above, but I think you could also just set the Keyword.enabled option to false.
This worked for me - I use version 9.
Go to the address about:config
When you get to the about:config page, type fixup in the filter bar at the top of the page.
Toggle the entry browser.fixup.alternate.enabled to false by double-clicking it.
Clear the filter bar and type keyword in its place.
Toggle the entry keyword.enabled to false the same way.
Close the about:config tab or window.
That's the ticket. thanks I appreciate it.
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