I think I misinterpreted your original question on the other forum.
What!... there's another person out there that does what I do
Yep, I understand that the suggest-list is doing that and that if I hit enter it will display
what it found in Firefox and not anywhere else... It just seems to me that if I were on the
Firefox site and I type in something in the search-box then those items relating to only Firefox
should be "suggested"... because I'm in the Firefox link and I'm looking for Firefox stuff
(especially a novice) junk Not related to Firefox is "suggested" ... and that is wrong.... and confusing.
I can see wide-world suggestions in something like Google (I turned it off... drove me nuts) because ... well,
it's a world-wide search tool... but suggestions in a specific product line should not jump over to other areas that are
not related to that product.
Anyway, I doubt that this "problem" will get anywhere but I just think that things should be more structured.EDIT
... here's an example of my-point-of-view...
The user visits the Firefox AMO link of addons
... maybe from a search of the Net or from the add-ons mgr. in Firefox.... or?? But, they are on the Firefox link in any case... and they may be presented with the above page. That page is specific to Firefox and everything about it is Firefox and even when you click on the "Other Applications" Firefox is not on the list but TB is... and is considered a Other app. So, my point is then ... why would a Firefox specific link, containing only Firefox extensions/themes etc, etc, give the user a "suggestion" item that is not at all related to Firefox... that's my point and to me and if I were Not aware of the ways of Mozilla I would think... well, that's pretty darn stupid... they don't even know what products work with what... anyway, that's my thoughts... wellll, Me and Forest Gump.