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What it does: Takes the current selected text and sends it to Netflix.com as a search string. If no text is selected a prompt window will pop-up allowing you to manually enter a term. Also, if you are browsing The Internet Movie Database (IMDb) when you select it the title of the page will be used as the search string.
What it is:
q=document.title.split(' - IMDb',1);
void(q=prompt('Enter search term (Netflix)',''));
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/* Amazon */
left: 24px !important;
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/* "MultiBox" */
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This would of course go into your user defined CSS file. Which in Safari can be added at Safari > Preferences | Advanced – Style sheet:
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