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cigos

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Good Day Fellow Geeks,

Can anyone tell me whether or not it is possible to arrange for the autofill to be available on any search engine or browser one uses? It would be helpful for me as I use all manner of
search programs.

Kind Regards, Cigos
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Neil Jones

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Google Toolbar has an autofill facility. http://www.google.co...mp;answer=47972
Not that Google Toolbar is the best solution, bearing in mind I see the thing causing more issues than it probably cares to solve but anyway...

Assuming you're referring to Google's relatively new trick of showing you a bunch of things below the search box as you type, that technology is generally website based, not browser based. So nothing you can do will replicate it, unless you want to store the entire internet on your computer.
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    Kraków my love :)

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Roboform.
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Thanks Neil,

Done and dusted!

Until next time, Cigos
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