February 5, 2012
January 18, 2012
January 16, 2012
FindList has been added to Softpedia’s database of software programs for the Windows operating system. It has been tested in the Softpedia labs using several industry-leading security solutions and found to be completely clean of adware/spyware components. To assure that, it was granted with the “100% FREE” Softpedia award. More information about FindList certification and the award is available on this page:
January 12, 2012
FindList 1.7 has been released.
It has the following feature added:
- delete an entry from the list by highlighting it and pressing the “Delete” key.
January 10, 2012
Below are some reviews received for FindList:
FindList gives Firefox’s search a history
“I use Firefox’s on-page search tool all the time. One thing that’s always bugged me about it, however, is that it can only remember one word or phrase at a time. If you’re working on a research paper, or switching between the same few words every time you use it, I recommend downloading FindList.”
FindList Adds a History List to Firefox’s Ctrl+F Dialog
“If you use Ctrl+F like a fiend, this simple extension will add a drop-down history list so you can access your most recent search terms on a given page. If you’re looking for something specific and using Firefox’s “Find on this Page” feature repeatedly, it can get annoying to retype your search terms every time. After installing FindList (and checking the “Keep Entries” box in its settings), the Find box will contain a drop-down that shows you all your recent terms.”
Four Small and Fresh Experimental Firefox Extensions
“This one’s small, simple, and pretty helpful, especially for research and text wrangling. On its own, Firefox’s Ctrl-F-activated word search function can look for one word, and then another, forgetting the first. FindList simply holds up to 15 words in a pop-up menu from that text box. So if you’re heading from page to page, looking for two or three words or phrases, you won’t have to retype them with FindList installed.”
FindList makes Firefox remember searches
“If you frequently use Ctrl+F (the search feature) in Firefox to find inpage text, you will like FindList, a new experimental addon that adds a drop down list to the search box. FindList keeps a history of the last 15 searches in the web page.”
Faster web browsing in Firefox
“If you’ve ever had trouble finding key words or phrases on a web page, the Findlist add-on will make it easier and faster. The basic find function in Firefox works when you press Ctrl+F to bring up a search bar at the bottom of the screen, where you type the words you want to search for. The Findlist add-on extends this function to remember the last 15 search terms, which you can access from a handy drop-down list next to the search box.”
January 9, 2012
The latest version of FindList is 1.6.
It has the following features:
- The number of entries in the list are configurable in the Option panel;
- The entries from the list can be kept between Firefox sessions. Please note that when doing private browsing the entries are not saved;
- The width of the Find field is configurable in the Options panel.
March 18, 2009
Here is a Firefox Plugin that turns the find box into a dropdown list. Try it.
You can also download it from Firefox Add-ons page.
March 17, 2009
The Interactive Cheat Sheet below is inspired by colorcharge.com, but in addition it has links to jQuery API documentation.