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I want to avoid using my mouse to click the button "I'm feeling lucky", like how you press Enter to get your search results. How to set up a shortcut key for this button?

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up vote 5 down vote accepted

Press Tab twice, then press enter.

X = Tab * 2 + Enter

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wouldn't that be XX ? :) – akira Jan 5 '10 at 5:57
    
Can we settle on X = tab(2) ? :) – John T Jan 5 '10 at 7:53
#IfWinActive, Google
x::{Tab 2}{Return}
#IfWinActive

There's your X :) (John T's answer in AHK form)

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You could define a specialised search depending on which browser you use and call that via shortcut or special command.

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Type it in your browser location bar, and you have set it to use google.

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