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Google has made its search input box bigger and its font size larger. Excuse me, they S-U-P-E-R-sized! it. It’s not a mistake, indeed Google actually seems proud of it.

Fortunately, Safari and Firefox empowers mere-mortal users to fix this eyesore with a custom stylesheet. Simply add the following to your userContent.css and restart the web browser. Additional general information on userContent.css, and all the spiffy things you can do with it, is available from the links below.


/* Google input text box */
.lst {
font-size:13px ! important;
}
/* Google search type-ahead drop down */
.gac_m td {
font-size:13px ! important;
line-height:120% ! important;
}
/* Google Search/I'm Feeling Lucky buttons */
.lsb {
font-size:11px ! important;
height:auto ! important;
}
/* Google Search/I'm Feeling Lucky buttons in type-ahead drop down*/
.gac_sb {
font-size:11px ! important;
height:auto ! important;
}

With the aforementioned CSS, the submit buttons will still appear in the type-ahead drop down menu. Add the following style to remove them all together.

/* Turn off Google Search/I’m Feeling Lucky buttons in type-ahead drop down*/
.gac_sb {
display:none;
}

Power to the people.

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