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It's because those clients (currently) don't support OAuth 2.0. ...beginning in the second half of 2014, we'll start gradually increasing the security checks performed when users log in to Google. These additional checks will ensure that only the intended user has access to their account, whether through a browser, device or application. These changes ...
Do a search for: 454557414 -inurl:454557414
Try excluding inurl: 454557414 -inurl:454557414 inurl includes -inurl excludes Is this what you were looking for?
First off, if you have "Download Accelerator Plus Extension" for Chrome, uninstall it and restart your browser to see if that works. If you do not or that did not work, go to YouTube and sign-out. Once you've signed out of YouTube, sign back in using your Google credentials. Both of these methods have worked on more than one occasion, the ladder fixed ...
This seems to work exactly as you describe it: enter the search term, press Enter, then Tab to focus on the search results. Press ↑ and ↓ to select a result, press Enter to open it.
To access the list of result provided by the Google search, You can use shift + down arrow or up-arrow key to select the search topic and then you can use Return to Keyboard button on the topic to open the link in new tab as per your need.
Your issue is with Google's webpage and not your system. Maybe a browser extension can make the page appear more aesthetically pleasing. You could lower your monitor resolution. Or as someone else suggested, rotate your display 90 degrees. Holding CTRL button and using the mouse wheel will often adjust the magnification of text. Otherwise, write Google a ...
With the Chrome Extension "Checker Plus for Gmail" http://goo.gl/nOIov4 you can do this.
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