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In using Chrome's Find (Ctrl+F) search functionality on a rendered page how do I constrain the search to things like case sensitive or whole word?

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    Questions about web browser functionality are off-topic here. Please try Super User. – ale Aug 28 '17 at 17:51
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    Possible duplicate (case sensitive search): superuser.com/questions/192437/…. To find whole words only there is a workaround by enclosing the keyword with spaces. – Tetsuya Yamamoto Aug 29 '17 at 4:38
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I found an extension called FindR that will do the trick. The extension (no affiliation) is meant to find AND replace, but it works perfectly as a Find-only tool as well. There are separate checkboxes to Match Case, and match Whole Words Only.

If you wanted to get fancier, you could use a RegEx extension such as Chrome Regex Search. That one even allows you to remap the Ctrl-F hotkey.

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