Find one or more words on a page and don't worry about their connection or inflection (replacing the glass = replaced all glasses)
With efTwo (F2) Advanced find on Page you can easily skim through a page: just open up your new search box (tap F twice), type in the words you are looking for and efTwo will highlight all words on the page, no matter what inflection they use (or if you visited the page from a search engine, the keywords might already be in the box.
You don't have to worry about trying to create a strange word that might match on the page: if you are search for the word 'replace' you want to see 'replacing' as well, so you'd end up typing 'replac' in the search bar. With efTwo, you type in either 'replace' or 'replacing' and it will search all inflections for you. A truly essential and unique feature of efTwo.
To find just a specific word from your search term, just click that word and the search box will change: if you click the next button or hit a hotkey (eg F2), it will jump only to that word on the page.
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I'm planning to add features to the plugin soon, but until then, I'd be more than happy to see some feedback from You!
What Others Say About Us
Fixing the bug with losing the settings over time (finally)
Making the extension compatible with new Chrome versions
More robust Google keyword detection
Fix for Google Search keywords, bugfixes
Quoted search term support (partial)
Added support for more search engines (currently Google, Bing, Yahoo is tested, more might be supported)
Added hover delete for easy word removal
Fixed settings page design
Support for shortcut scroll (pressing hotkey again scrolls to next keyword)
Jump and highlight a specific word on the page (click the word then use the next/previous button).
1.0.4 (Bugfix version)
Highlight markers on the scrollbar
1.0.2 (Bugfix version)