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When searching for the same word or phrase on multiple webpages, it becomes annoying that Firefox doesn’t remember the word or phrase and you have to re-enter it every time. FindList solves this problem by saving your last 50 webpage searches into a drop-down list.
It eliminates the re-typing or copy-pasting of keywords when doing extensive searches on a webpage and keeps you more organized. You can set preferences such as the number of entries you want to keep in the list (default is 50) and the field width. If you want, you can also set the option to stop it from keeping entries for a while. One thing that can be added to make the extension even better is the ability to delete individual search terms from the list.
- Firefox extension that turns your recent Ctrl+F searches into a drop-down list.
- Change the number of entries you want to keep in the list.
- Set field width.
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