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jcbermu's answer was half of what I was looking for for this (I didn't realise that you could right click the omnibar itself). The other half was that you can simply click "make default" in the window that opens upon that action (although the shortcuts are handy for one off searches)


If you right click on the omnibox you can “Edit search engines”. You will see a box with three columns: The leftmost is the search engine. the rightmost the URL of the search engine The middle column a shortcut that you can assign to the search engine. You can have a shortcut for yahoo (y, for example), other for amazon (am, for example) and other for ...


Go into Chrome settings, search for search to find "Manage Search Engines". There you will probably find many already defined (I appear to have a couple hundred), as well as a link to official Chrome documentation. You need to scroll down to the bottom to see what the columns mean: they are name, keyword, and search URL. If you click in the middle ...

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