In Firefox, if I press /, I can get the in-browser (on-the-same-page) search box to pop up at the bottom temporarily (it will time-out after some short period).
However, if I press Ctrl-F, it will stay up, and if I click to a new page, it will re-perform the on-page search, updating the count of found instances.
In Google Chrome, pressing Ctrl-F yields the on-page search box for that page only, and as soon as a link is clicked, it disappears.
I know that on the next page I can just press Ctrl-G (or F3 to 'Find Next', but would like to find a way to mimic Firefox's functionality in this aspect.
Is this possible, and if so, how?