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Chrome Regex Search


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3.9 out of 5

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monkey_shengApr 23, 2024

didn't work on tables, maybe?

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pepe pepeMar 15, 2024

Feature request: It should work on offline files when opened by the browser, as chrome search does.

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Mihai VasiliuFeb 25, 2024

Seems to be working great in Vivaldi. Thanks!

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Paul B.Feb 24, 2024

Great job. I didn't know this existed until yesterday. One suggestion: An option to show the search field at the bottom of the page. It's much less cluttered down there and easier to read. Thanks.

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Ed WhitehoofJan 11, 2024

This is better than nothing!

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이상인Dec 11, 2023

Doesn't work in Youtube.

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Michael LawlerOct 26, 2023

It's great, used it for years. Unfortunately, FYI, it recently stopped working on particular pages. Even non regex plain text search coming back with zero results :/ I'm using it on Brave, Edge and Chrome and confirmed the same pages don't work across browsers. One example the `code` section within ... that used to work, they must have changed something on the github side.

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HirokiOct 20, 2023

doesn't work when I use ' | ' .

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Andrew DavisOct 16, 2023

Not bad, but the interface looks strange -- the icons are hard to discern because the line art is so "thick"

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kirbyjasonSep 17, 2023

Finds both search terms, then makes them both the same color? This is no good to me at all without color differentiation. Search term1=color 1, Search term 2=color 2. I'm trying to separate the two terms and see where they appear close-together, and see where they occur far apart. I cannot do this when they are highlighted the same color. How can you go to all the trouble of writing this almost great plugin, and not have at least an option to show the terms as highlighted by distinct or... Show more

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