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Try this: go to Google.com (nothing special about it as far as I can tell; just need the text entry field)

Enter a search for "Steve Jobs" (just to get you to the results screen).

Then, enter in a search for "Apple" and hit return.

Now enter a search for "Aqua", and hit return again.

Next type "A". Providing your copy is working the same way that mine is, you will begin hooting and yelling "WOOHOOOO!!!!!!", and start dancing around your room until you knock something off a shelf.

You did that too, right?

Right?

:D

Cheers,
Podboy
 

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I'm totally confused in what this was supposed to accomplish... Nothing happened for me, as when you search for A anyway, Apple Computer is the number 1 result... Or did I do it wrong? I tried both the Google Toolbar thing in Safari and Google's site...
 

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I think I understand. The fact that you use Apple and Aqua doesn't matter. I think that Podboy is talking about the fact that there is a drop-down auto-fill type box in the Google search bar, which remembers your last searches. Which is pretty cool, but I'm not sure if its because of Safari. Of course, Podboy, if I am totally off my rocker, feel free to yell at me.
 
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