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May 12, 2007

Google Search Results, Displayed in Columns

If you have a large monitor, you definitely blame Google for wasting so much space in the search results pages. This Greasemonkey script (that requires Greasemonkey for Firefox) places two search results in a row, so all the 10 search results could be visible without scrolling down. The results have a ranking number to make the order clearer.

6 comments:

  1. This is very nice, but it seems to disable my adblocker and I get the ads on the far right of the search page

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  2. I'm glad this script works in Opera, too.

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  3. Horizontal columns? WTF?

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  4. There's a script for "vertical columns" as well. In fact, this script was the original.

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  5. I fill that space with Googlepedia.

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  6. nice but why google use div and table both?

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