Find text or links as you type
Type-ahead-find  is an extremely useful accessibility feature (a core functionality in major browsers like Firefox or Safari), but it is not implemented -surprisingly- in Chrome (nor planned to be ).
How to use it:
* Start writing (or press /) to start text search.
* Press ' to search only links.
* Change option "direct search state" to set the default search policy (text, links or disabled).
* Use (Shift+)F3 or (Shift+)Control+G or Alt+N/P to switch between matches.
* Use F4 to toggle matching mode (text/links) once the search is active.
* Blacklist sites that set up their own shortcuts.
* The search shows first matches in current viewport.
* It cannot search inside iframes.
* It does not search text in adjacent HTML nodes (i.e. "hello" won't be found in HTML: <b>He</b>llo)
* It does not work at the webstore page (the page you are reading right now). In fact, no extension works here (Chromium's design decision)
IMPORTANT: It has been repeatedly reported so I repeat it: if you don't want the extension to start searching right away, go to Options and set "Direct search mode" to "Disabled". This way you'll have to press / or ' for the extension to start.
Although this extension tries to do the job the best it can, by no means it cannot be as powerful and fast as a core feature. You are encouraged to report bugs or propose enhancements., but please DO NOT REPORT BUGS HERE IN THE COMMENTS, use instead the issues page .