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Thanks for the replies. In the end the solution was embarrassingly simple: just right-click on the banner and select 'Never show this again'. Job done. Why I didn't think to try that before I don't know.


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In Chrome's Settings, Search, Manage search engines under your entry for github change the middle field (Keyword) to something that won't so readily capture github search. E.g. change github to github.com or search_github. The keyword field is used for the trigger to invoke the particular search engine.


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The criteria for a custom search folder would be (Advanced tab): Message Class contains IPM.Note.SMIME (for both signed/encrypted messages); Message Class is (exactly) IPM.Note.SMIME (for encrypted messages only); Message Class is (exactly) IPM.Note.SMIME.MultipartSigned (for signed messages only that are not encrypted).


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No need for an add-on, it is built in into Firefox (as well as Chrome). Here is how to do it (source: Mozilla Support) Visit the page on the target website that has the search field that you would normally use to search the site. Right-click on the search field. Select Add a Keyword for this Search.... The Add Bookmark dialog appears. Enter an appropriate ...


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Try this : In the registry key HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\InfoBarsDisabled, set the DWORD value of LocationNotIndexed to 1. Reboot and test. My best advice, however, is to use third-party utilities for searching, instead of Windows Explorer. For searching file-names, use the Everything Search Engine, for instant ...



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