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Google search results - getting actual links

I'm using Firefox.

When I hover over a link in Google search results, it shows the correct link target (e.g. As soon as I click (or right-click) on it, it turns into a link with the real link buried deep inside, making it irritatingly difficult to copy-and-paste the right link.

Any way to prevent Google from doing this (e.g. a preference?), or is there a Greasemonkey script which can suppress this behaviour?

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marked as duplicate by Sathya Sep 28 '12 at 5:22

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I got Now.. You can have Scrub Google Redirect Links which removes the Google redirect in search result links.

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No, Google could use the original link. I want to be able to right-click and use "Copy link address". And, copying that green URL doesn't work if the URL gets clipped (...). – nneonneo Sep 28 '12 at 4:33
check above link – Anusha Sep 28 '12 at 4:56

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