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I love chrome, but I want my search term to stay in the CTRL-F search box as I browse different pages.

Is this possible?

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+1 ... not so much because of the question, but because of the title :-) – Rook Feb 16 '10 at 18:21
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You mean you want to keep the search box open on other tabs right, since the search term itself is kept if you press CTRL+F on other tabs (at least in my version it does - I use

Google guys say they don't want to implement this feature:

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What about for the same tab? I want to search all 0...n webpages of a web article for the same search term, but when I click a link, CTRL-F empties and disappears. – rlb.usa Feb 16 '10 at 19:31

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