Safari2Yahoo
Safari2Yahoo
01182006

4.8

Safari2Yahoo free download for Mac

Safari2Yahoo

01182006
18 January 2006

Replace Safari's Google search bar w/Yahoo.

Overview

Safari2Yahoo is a simple AppleScript application that is workaround for a bug in Safari that doesn't allow you to change the search engine from Google to something else. Safari2Yahoo creates a copy of Safari.app named SafariYahoo.app and modifies the files in the bundle such that the SafariYahoo.app will use Yahoo! search instead of Google search. For now it only uses the main yahoo.com search and not any country specific search. It has been tested on both OS X 10.3 and OS X 10.4. Changes * 01.18.2006: Works on OSX 10.4. Some string labels got moved to new files * 04.15.2005: no longer version dependent, makes a copy of Safari instead of editing original * 06.09.2004: updated for OS X 10.3.4 * 03.16.2004: updated for OS X 10.3.3 * 02.25.2004: Initial release Known Bugs On OS X 10.4 I am unable to find a way to change the contextual menu that pops up when you select text on a page and control-click or right click. It says "Search in Google" still, but it will actually use Yahoo! instead.

What's new in Safari2Yahoo

Version 01182006: Works on OSX 10.4. Some string labels got moved to new files

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Anonymous
25 February 2004

Most helpful

disk image will not mount.
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Version 1.2b
Jonathan
23 December 2004
Try Acid Search! Its the best and is compatible with the newest version of Safari. Plus, you can fully customize the search bar, but you don't need to type in ebay, etc. You can have the search bar do it for you all automatically.
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Version 1.2.2b
Anonymous
10 June 2004
is it hard to make it for 10.2.8 ? not just 10.3
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Version 1.2.2b
Anonymous
09 June 2004
if you really want something like this i suggest the safarikeywords program, it has its own prefpane and from there you can specify as many search engines to search as you want. on mine it does yahoo, ebay, google, google image search, macosxhints, mac update and a dozen others. To use it you just type in what you want to find preceeded by the appropriate word. for example to search for "microwavable dice" in ebay you type "ebay microwavable dice" in safari's search bar. highly reccomended!
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Version 1.2.2b
UmarOMC
09 June 2004
This is broken as of Safari version 1.2.2- although the searchbar will still say "Yahoo!" your searches re-conduit via Google...
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Version 1.2.1
Anonymous
29 May 2004
Please update this GREAT script for 10.3.4!!!
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Version 1.2.1
Anonymous
08 April 2004
I installed this and sure enough, it replaces the search menu text with Yahoo! But when I used the search bar it gave me Google results, then the bar just stopped having any text in it. Removed it. os 10.3.3
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Version 1.2.1
Anonymous
06 April 2004
Worked great and it's free! I was able to replace the Google search engine with Yahoo and it even changed the grey search engine lettering from "Google" to "Yahoo!" Now if it could only change the engine to Teoma...
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Version 1.2.1
Anonymous
24 March 2004
The new search at Yahoo! is great. I highly suggest that you guys who are wondering "why" replace Google with Yahoo! try out Yahoo! for a few days. Have an open mind, be objective, and I promise you that you'll love it. Make the switch to the better search provider already! ;)
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Version 1.2.1
Anonymous
20 March 2004
I can't get StuffIt to open the .gz file? What am I doing wrong?
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Version 1.2.1
Anonymous
18 March 2004
You guys who ask why, obviously haven't used Yahoo! search for awhile and don't know that they just launched their own search, not using google what so ever and it's better. Compare the two side by side with the same queries. I've done this myself a few times and 4 out 5 times, Yahoo! Search is better. Their product search also kicks butt over froogle. Also, If you haven't tried the new search and you're saying it sucks, well... yeah.. they used to use google so you're basically saying google sucks too. Duh!
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Version 1.2.1
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4.8

App requirements: 
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later
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