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Tuesday, September 05, 2006

Inline Search for Internet Explorer

I've been asking for a Firefox-like inline find feature for IE. These guys delivered on that. Inline Search for Internet Explorer isn't quite as fine-tuned as the Firefox inline find feature, but I'm guessing it will get there:
Inline Search is an extremely useful free add-on for Internet Explorer that mimicks Firefox's search behavior i.e. it turns searching into a web page into a non modal research experience coupled with a search as you type facility. It integrates flawlessly into IE (version 5.5 or above), giving it that little extra that makes you a lot more efficient when you are looking for a specific piece of information.
Certainly worth a look.
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