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  1.    #1  
    I hope this wasn't posted before...

    Set your homepage to: file://\windows\default_0409.htm

    It links to your favorites page and history. It's just like the document trick, but it's a lot easier to do. Set all your favorites and you're good to go.


    Enjoy!
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    Great!
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    Nice, thanks for the tip!
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    Very nice!!!
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    Very cool! I have been wondering if something like this could, and indeed it does
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    >Load IE
    >Menu
    >Tools
    >Options
    >Use Default
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    Yea, It's cool, however it makes me use Live Search instead of Google.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jabo View Post
    Yea, It's cool, however it makes me use Live Search instead of Google.
    Fear no more my friend. I felt the same way as you, so I got in there and dug around in the code a bit. Well, I found the strings and such I needed to change, and viola! I have constructed one that searches Google Mobile and one that searches regular Google. Enjoy!

    Just download the zip, extract, place both HTML files in your windows directory(on your Treo), then set your home as described above. The only change really will be the number at the end. Change this "0409" to "0408" for the regular Google search, and "0408m" for the mobile version.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jabo View Post
    Yea, It's cool, however it makes me use Live Search instead of Google.
    Another way to deal with this, though it is an extra click or two, is to have Google in your favorites - preferably the first one in the list. Just click favorites and click Google when you want to do a search..
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    Quote Originally Posted by dougef View Post
    Another way to deal with this, though it is an extra click or two, is to have Google in your favorites - preferably the first one in the list. Just click favorites and click Google when you want to do a search..
    That's pretty much what I've been doing... lol...

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