Shows a "copy" of the omnibox that suggests bookmarks while typing.
This isn't the ultimate solution of the problem Chrome have not suggesting your bookmarks before other suggestions when typing in the omnibox, but it a little bit helper.
Instead of moving the focus to the omnibox when using the shortcut [CTRL] + [L], this extension moves the focus to a new text field. This text field suggest bookmarks matching what you're typing in it. Navigate through the matched bookmarks with up and down arrows. Hitting [ENTER] will open selected bookmark in current tab, hitting [+] (on keypad) will open selected bookmark in new tab. If no bookmark is matched, you will be redirected to a search on Google, with the text you've typed in.
Unfortunately, there's no way catching the shortcut [CTRL] + [T] (in current version of Chrome), otherwise this extension would treat that shortcut in the same way as [CTRL] + [L].
This is just a quick extension I made because I was getting really mad at the lack of this functionality in Chrome. Of course bookmarks should have higher priority then other suggestions in the omnibox, you bookmark pages for a reason! However, this is not an extension I've put much effort in, so if you want me to make it better, you better say so in a comment, otherwise this extension will probably stay the way it is (I have no interest in making it better if no one is going to use it).
This extension is like Fauxbar, but I didn't like that extension. Fauxbar is much more then an extension just suggesting bookmarks (it's loaded with lots of crapy things, in my opinion), and some times it crashed, it didn't work on all pages and had some other problems. At least this tiny extensions does what it's meant to do - and does it well (I hope).
A gift from Sweden. Enjoy!