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@cwinsjc 'keyword' is Opera's term. I would say 'keyletter' but..?
!image url) ...Anyway, Opera's list can be initiated using their keywords but, the "Other search engines" can not. Again, a little help needed. Thanks.
@cwinsjc How they can't not be started by their keyword or key letters?
Address bar or search box? Type the keyword (you can use more than one letter, so maybe yt for YouTube) followed by a space, then the search terms.
@sgunhouse creative suggestion but, doesn't work (for me).
@cwinsjc Why? What happens?
@leocg @sgunhouse Why? Because all the example keywords in the defaults are single letter giving no indication the more letters might be accepted.
What happens? Nothing. What happens when you try it?
@cwinsjc You can use how many keywords you want as far as I know, as long as they aren't being used by another search engine.
I've just set up one for YouTube using the suggested keyword and it worked fine.
@leocg Good to know. Will you try this one?
Use any letter; I have tried several with no results.
@leocg @sgunhouse Found the 'fix' for StartPage search. (I had the wrong URL.) The correct URL is below!! And it does work. Thanks for your encouragement.
@cwinsjc In most cases you can just right click on a search field to create a search for its page.