Omnibox Fuzzy Finder for Chrome. Type 'l' in your address bar and search for your tabs.
# Fuzzy Finder for Chrome
Type `l` in your address bar followed by your keywords to fuzzy search your tabs and history.
**Note:** To select the first match, you can press Enter without pressing down or selecting any of the results.
Let's say you have 100 tabs open, in multiple windows.
You want to find a youtube tab of a talk you were watching a few hours ago.
Instead of going through all your tabs one by one, you could just type (in your address bar):
> <kbd>l talk ytube</kbd>
and you will see a list of all the tabs that match the phrase "ytube" and "talk" in any order.
Matching is fuzzy, so "ytube" will match "youtube".
If no matching open tab is found, the extension will show matching items in your history.
<kbd>ctrl</kbd> + <kbd>`l`</kbd> (<kbd>cmd</kbd> + <kbd>`l`</kbd> for mac) is the shortcut for highlighting the 'omnibox' (address bar at the top). So the relevant keys are closer when the omnibox is not highlighted to start with:
> <kbd>ctrl</kbd> + <kbd>`l`</kbd> <kbd>space</kbd> <kbd>`l`</kbd> your_search_here
- Fork and submit a pull request
- [Send a feature request](https://github.com/jakeNiemiec/FuzzyChrome/issues/new)
- [Report a problem](https://github.com/jakeNiemiec/FuzzyChrome/issues/new)
This extension is Copyright (c) 2017 Sina Siadat (the original author). It was forked under the [MIT License](http://www.opensource.org/licenses/MIT) from [chrome-ff](https://github.com/siadat/chrome-ff).