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Please elaborate a bit. I don't understand what you're trying to do. –  Doug Harris Sep 14 '09 at 11:39
    
Yes, Please elaborate in detail. –  ukanth Sep 14 '09 at 14:22
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Alternate solution to using Greasemonkey/Javascript

From your previous question, I get the impression you do alot of advanced searching. Depending on how similar each of your searches are, it may be easier to use GET arguments used by Google in their URLs and create a Firefox quick search.

Google URL

http://google.com.au/search?hl=en&as_q=Super+User&num=50&as_filetype=pdf&as_sitesearch=superuser.com

as_q = your keywords  
num = results per page  
as_filetype = filetype  
as_sitesearch = a site to search
etc..

Example

A quick search which searches superuser.com and displays 25 results per page would be:

http://google.com.au/search?hl=en&as_q=%s&num=25&as_sitesearch=superuser.com

To create a quick search:

  1. 'Organise Bookmarks'(Ctrl + Shift + B)
  2. Right click > 'New Bookmark'
  3. Name your quick search bookmark
  4. Enter the URL of your search string (example above) as the 'location' - include %s where your search string is to be placed in the URL
  5. Enter a keyword to trigger the search
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