Chrome-equivalent of Firefox's quick find (links only). You can search and click a link in a web page without using a mouse.
Description: You can search and click a link in a web page without using a mouse. Chrome-equivalent of Firefox's quick find (links only). How to Use: - type a single quote ( ' ) to start search for a link in a web page - hit Enter to click a highlighted link - (or hit Tab to navigate among the matched links) - ESC to close the search field - (or it automatically closes itself after 5 sec. of inactivity) That's it! Changes in 1.3.7 - Added websites to exclude - Styling consistency - Manifest v2 Changes in 1.0.9 - img element's alt attribute is also traversed Changes in 1.1.0 - it will open a link in a new tab when you hit enter while CTRL is being pressed Changes in 1.2.0 - User's preference for link highlight color Plugins Used: - Color Picker - http://acko.net/dev/farbtastic Any feedback is appreciated. Thank you!
- (2014-05-09) Peter Theill: Works very well but the UI for showing the "search box" is too small (in height) for me. Otherwise it works fine.
- (2013-11-12) Barron Roth: Interferes with Google Docs. Add ability to blacklist websites
- (2013-09-20) Will McCarty: It's great, except it interferes with the latest Outlook Webmail (OutlookWebApp), so every time I use a contraction, it opens up the search interface. That has made writing emails a very stress-inducing activity.
- (2012-03-11) Ed Cormany: works great! …except it doesn't work at all on pages with frames. they're rare these days, but fixing that would be a big help.
- (2019-10-14, v:1.3.11) Matt McAlpine: Does not work with all websites
I have a couple of administrative websites which I've targeted use of this extension exclusively for. Oddly enough it seems to work 40% of the time with the remaining instances not working. I haven't been able to identify a common pattern for the instances where it does and does not work. Are there types of frames or website designs which cause the plugin issues which could help explain this? The tool I'm currently trying to use this within is a Quest product called KACE. Thank you, Matt