I’m glad you found the answer to your question by yourself!
Just as a reminder for other people having the same issue.
We can’t simply detect where we should install ourselves in the search page.
This is why below the “Enable instant search” checkbox, you also have a “CSS selector” field.
We have a small documentation section about them.
This is not trivial to get, while any front-end developer would know what how to get it.
The idea is that with this selector, we’re able to know which part of the page you want us to replace with our search.
Let’s say I wanted to get the CSS selector to your message @originalfilmart .
In Firefox/Chrome I would first right click on it and click “Inspect Element”:
Then In would hover above the different lines in the Inspector view until I see a block which is the one I wanted:
Then, just right click on this specific line > Copy > CSS selector:
Then, just use this in the CSS selector box, save, and you should now have our instant search activated.