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Pressing ctrl+k in Firefox brings focus to the search field in the upper right corner. Is there a similar key combination in Chrome? If not, what is the best known approximation in terms of apps or plugins or other solutions?

Edit: My goal is to be able to do fast searches in Wikipedia.

  • Please confirm my Answer if I helped you to solve your problem :) – BlueWizard Aug 9 '15 at 16:09
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F6 is used to switch between content and omnibar

The following shortcuts are used to jump to the omnibar.
Highlights current webpage URI if any.

Windows:
Alt+D and Ctrl+I

Linux:
Alt+D and Ctrl+L

  • Thanks for your answer but unfortunately it doesn't help me to search on Wikipedia as Ctrl+k does in Firefox. Or if it does, it is not clear to me how. – AttributedTensorField Aug 10 '15 at 1:44
  • You can right click on a site-specific search such as the leo.org or wikipedia search and add it as bookmark. Then you can choose a keyword and you can search using this keyword. For example when you use "wiki" as keyboard you could just type "wiki television" to get the wikipedia article for "television" – BlueWizard Aug 10 '15 at 6:43
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F6 in chrome sends control to the omnibar, seeing as Chrome does not have a seperate search bar.

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