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Using an alternative search engine in Safari
Authored by: kbradnam on Jan 19, '12 03:14:07PM

An alternative way to integrate Duck Duck Go with Safari is to use 'Safari Omnibar'

This gives you a Chrome-like single bar to both type addresses, and search for items. It is easy to add Duck Duck Go as the default search provider by adding the following URL in the Omnibar preferences and setting this to the default:{searchTerms}&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8

Note that even when you do this, it is still trivial to do a Google search (or use another search engine), just type 'g' in the search bar and then a search term.

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