CTRL+F in Google Chrome Is Awesome

By | February 24, 2011 | 9 Comments


CTRL+F in Google Chrome Is Awesome

Although I find myself using find function quite often, I haven’t noticed this Google Chrome feature before:

It shows in the scroll bar where the word you’re searching for is located.

Via: Reddit


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  1. picimako says:

    This is a great feature but actually this feature is part of Maxthon 3 for a long time.

    • Sarjoor says:

      This really great feature has been part of Chrome search from the beginning.

      Maxthon 3 has it because it is a copy of Chrome code.

  2. Pothi says:

    Using it for a long time. Eagerly waiting for case-sensitive search in Chrome.

  3. Dale Cruse says:

    I *think* Camino on the Mac does the same thing.

  4. Actually in Opera you just need to press ‘.’ – dot and start typing, It’s much faster than search for Ctrl+F :)

  5. Ghjuhfvth says:

    this feature are available from firsts Chrome builds ~ 0.2 version

  6. Quest says:

    This feature are available from IE1.0. Anyway it’s still lame. You must push the ctrl+g anyway if you want found da thing u want (or if you are on basic level roflcopter).

  7. Guest says:

    I’m removing you from my feed reader thanks to this post. A single sentence about a feature that has been around for years? That falls way below my minimum standard for feeds. This trash isn’t worth the 10 seconds of my time it takes to skim.

  8. Come on! Opera has this since so long…

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