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Apr. 05, 2004, 05:06 PM
Post: #1
Ok, Google is the most important web site around.

For safe-search to be off in Google requires the installation of a cookie with a GUID. In other words, Google are, or intend to, track users who don't want to use their filtered search for whatever reason. At the moment the filtering only appears to take place on images.

However, you can get the unfiltered search if you include safe=off as a query in the URL. e.g.

Is there a way for Proxomitron to automatically add &safe=off to the end of a URL in a particular domain?
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Apr. 05, 2004, 05:16 PM
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Yep, can be done...
Here's what I use on Google to filter out non-English pages and return 25 hits per page...

Out = TRUE
Key = "URL: Google - Return 25 English-Written Search Results per Page (out)"
URL = "(*)\1&(^*lr=lang_en)&$JUMP(http://\1&num=25&lr=lang_en)"

I'm personally not a Google-Image-Searcher...
So I'm not sure how "exactly" that needs modified/tweaked for the image-search...

But I post it to hopefully set you off (or another passer-by) in the right direction...
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Apr. 06, 2004, 02:17 PM
Post: #3
just modify the url field following the same scheme:

URL = "(*)\1&(^*safe=off)&$JUMP(http://\1&safe=off)"

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