__/ [John Bokma] on Tuesday 30 August 2005 03:06 \__
> Borek <borek@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> On Tue, 30 Aug 2005 00:12:37 +0200, Apokrif <apokrif1@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> Why is it generally 10?
>> Because it is 10.
>> Seriously - as good number as any other. No idea how it
>> looks in other browsers (or in G toolbar), in Opera you
>> can set how much results will be displayed per page - of
>> course it works only if the search is started through the
>> Opera toolbar.
> With Google you can change it. It's stored in a cookie on your machine. Or
> you hack a keymark  if you use firefox:
There is an easier way. I /always/ get 50 at a time, which is 'affordable'
on a high-speed connection. Get the Googlebar*:
Toolbar -> Googlebar Options -> Google Searches -> Search Result Limit ->
Change according to need.
*If you are using a different browser, consider upgrading to Firefox.
Roy S. Schestowitz $> sudo root; cd /; rm -rf *.doc