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Is there a Google Chrome extension that acts like Firefox’s keyword quicksearch bookmarks?

I was curious if there was an equivalent technique in Chrome to do address bar param string replacement like you can do in Firefox. If you create a bookmark and put a %s in the bookmark URL/address part, and set a keyword for the bookmark, you can do things like

URL: http://php.net/%s
Keyword: php

Type in browser: php fopen
End up at: http://php.net/fopen

Is this making its way into Chrome or is there a way to do it?

marked as duplicate by afrazier, Synetech, TFM, Ƭᴇcʜιᴇ007, Windos Nov 11 '12 at 9:28

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You can edit your search engines list, and add URLs with keywords there.

Right click in the address bar to find the "edit search engines" option.

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