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Ok i just install it and I did a search with my critirial and i got this :

<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN">

<html><head><title>Google Desktop Search Browser Requirements</title>

<style>

BODY { MARGIN-LEFT: 1em; MARGIN-RIGHT: 1em }

BODY, TD, DIV, A { FONT-FAMILY: arial,sans-serif}

DIV, TD { COLOR: #000}

A:link { COLOR: #00c}

A:visited { COLOR: #551a8b}

A:active { COLOR: #f00 }

</style>

</head>



<body bgcolor="#ffffff" text="#000000" link="#0000cc" vlink="#800080" alink="#ff0000" topmargin=2>



<table cellspacing=2 cellpadding=0 width="99%" border=0>

<tr>

<td width="1%" rowspan=2><img height=55 width=150 alt='Go to Google Desktop Search Home' src='/logo3.gif' vspace=12 border=0>

<td> </td>

<td rowspan=2>

<table cellspacing=0 cellpadding=0 width="100%" border=0>

<tr>

<td bgcolor=#3399cc><img height=1 width=1></td>

</tr>

</table>

<table cellspacing=0 cellpadding=0 width="100%" border=0 bgcolor=#efefef>

<tr>

<td nowrap bgcolor=#E8F4F7><font face=arial,sans-serif color=#000000 size=+1><b> Google Desktop Search Browser Requirements</b></font></td>

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<table cellpadding=3 width="94%" align="center" cellspacing=0 border=0>

<tr valign="middle">

<td valign="top">

<p><b>We're sorry, but we don't seem to be compatible.</b></p>

<p><font size="-1">Our software suggests that you're using a browser incompatible with Google Desktop Search.

Google Desktop Search currently supports the following:</font></p>

<ul><font size="-1">

<li>Microsoft IE 5 and newer (<a href="http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie/downloads/default.asp">Download</a>)</li>

<li>Mozilla (<a href="http://www.mozilla.org/products/mozilla1.x/">Download</a>)</li>

<li>Mozilla Firefox (<a href="http://www.mozilla.org/products/firefox/">Download</a>)</li>

<li>Netscape 7 and newer (<a href="http://channels.netscape.com/ns/browsers/download.jsp">Download</a>)</li>

</font></ul>



<p><font size="-1">You may <a href="/ok?url=%2Fsearch%26s%3DkAC8l7cbKWCGy9JpDcrDlyV7tGw%3Fq%3Dmayia%26ie%3DUTF%2D8&s=8ZGTW7omNVd25pTW7stezYb2oac">click here</a> to use your

unsupported browser, though you likely will encounter some areas that don't

work as expected. You need to have Javascript enabled, regardless of the

browser you use.</font>

<p><font size="-1">We hope to expand this list in the near future and announce new

browsers as they become available.



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<center><font size=-2>©2005 Google </font></center>

</body></html>

And the page show the right result.

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ok, here's what you can do, this will be a little tricky but this is what I had saladin do

1. In the preferences dialog, enter some search text and press search

2. In the rawhtml box, near the bottom (scroll down) you will see a link that looks almost exactly like the one I posted on this forum

Example:

href="/ok?url=%2F%26s%3Dbvizpe2Q5nVGVoHbe9EUUM5w3Xw%26q%3D&s=QrPJy5VIIOy2D5pinKQbhUs-yxQ">click here to use your

unsupported browser

3. Copy the link between the parentheses starting with /ok?url=

4. Tack on http://127.0.0.1:4664 or http://Localhost:4664 to the beginning of the url

5. put that into the addressbar and click go, you should see the google desktop search page appear in the window below the address bar

If you don't have sucess, copy all of the rawhtml into a textfile and attach it to your post, I will extract the url for you

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<html>

<head>

<title>Redirecting</title>

<script language="JavaScript">

if (navigator.userAgent.toLowerCase().indexOf("opera") == -1) {

location.replace("http://127.0.0.1:4664/search&s=oFwJQLmRWg1qs5kbKvGhMQL9qCw?q=ivan")

}

</script>

<meta http-equiv="refresh" content="1;url='http://127.0.0.1:4664/search&s=oFwJQLmRWg1qs5kbKvGhMQL9qCw?q=ivan'">

</head>

<body>

</body>

</html>

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ok, so I found the problem, all I need to do is write some code to automatically extract that one url and initiate it. Since you did that, a cookie was created somewhere on your computer telling google that your ok with using an unsupported browser. Can you believe all of that just because google want's to remind you that your browser is unsupported!!!

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it's ok, I am writing code now to extract this url and initiate it automatically. And no, I can't, the control analyzing the code is the inet control from vb. It's based on internet explorer but for some reason google doesn't recognize it as ie. I should be done the fixed build in less that a half hour

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 Google Desktop Search Browser Requirements

We're sorry, but we don't seem to be compatible.

Our software suggests that you're using a browser incompatible with Google Desktop Search.

Google Desktop Search currently supports the following:



Microsoft IE 5 and newer (Download)

Mozilla (Download)

Mozilla Firefox (Download)

Netscape 7 and newer (Download)

You may click here to use your

unsupported browser, though you likely will encounter some areas that don't

work as expected. You need to have Javascript enabled, regardless of the

browser you use.

We hope to expand this list in the near future and announce new

browsers as they become available.

©2005 Google

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Tom, thanks a lot, build 4 works fine, though GDS didn't manage to finish indexing yet.

No problems with getting results in "unsupported" Opera8.

I can host the distributive, if you want, my bandwidth is unlimited.

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[b'] Google Desktop Search Browser Requirements

We're sorry, but we don't seem to be compatible.

Our software suggests that you're using a browser incompatible with Google Desktop Search.

Google Desktop Search currently supports the following:



Microsoft IE 5 and newer (Download)

Mozilla (Download)

Mozilla Firefox (Download)

Netscape 7 and newer (Download)

You may click here to use your

unsupported browser, though you likely will encounter some areas that don't

work as expected. You need to have Javascript enabled, regardless of the

browser you use.

We hope to expand this list in the near future and announce new

browsers as they become available.

©2005 Google

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FIRST, go to http://www.google.com, do a search and get the code from it. E.g. http://localhost:4664/&s=THENUMBERSTHATAREHEREq= paste that into the top box, then search from within the preferences panel, and you should get results..

1. In the preferences dialog, enter some search text and press search

2. In the rawhtml box, near the bottom (scroll down) you will see a link that looks almost exactly like the one I posted on this forum

Example:

href="/ok?url=%2F%26s%3Dbvizpe2Q5nVGVoHbe9EUUM5w3Xw%26q%3 D&s=QrPJy5VIIOy2D5pinKQbhUs-yxQ">click here to use your

unsupported browser

3. Copy the link between the parentheses starting with /ok?url=

4. Tack on http://127.0.0.1:4664 or http://Localhost:4664 to the beginning of the url

5. put that into the addressbar and click go, you should see the google desktop search page appear in the window below the address bar

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