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Inline Google - 1.30

by Tommm
Extension meant for Developer Builds of Google Chrome 4.0+

This extension lets you search Google from an inline window. This is not made by Google.

  • 1.30
  • GPL
  • Tommm
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More about this extension

Change Log:

Options page with option to change style

Older Versions

  1. Version 1.0
    Compatible With
    Developer Builds

    This extension lets you search Google from an inline window. This is not made by Google.

    Change Log:

    None

  2. Version 1.1
    Compatible With
    Developer Builds

    This extension lets you search Google from an inline window. This is not made by Google.

    Change Log:

    Theme updated

    You can now press enter to search

  3. Version 1.2
    Compatible With
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    This extension lets you search Google from an inline window. This is not made by Google.

    Change Log:

    New icon, bug fixes

  4. Version 1.21
    Compatible With
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    This extension lets you search Google from an inline window. This is not made by Google.

    Change Log:

    Bug fixes

Reviews

  1. zipu4 says:

    please add search on enter, when start using your extension

  2. davv says:

    oh and a keyboard shortcut to open your extension would be nice too
    like Ctrl Alt F, or something like that.

  3. Kear says:

    We don’t need it.We can already do this on writing in the adress bar ! (or write “google” and TAB)

  4. Tommm says:

    I’ve added press enter to search to 1.1, but I cant find any documentation about how to implement keyboard shortcuts.

  5. A C says:

    Really nice addon. Very useful.

  6. Armstrong says:

    AdBLock+ use shortcuts, if that is useful for you… =P

    Very nice extension!!

  7. Luc VN says:

    Really nice extension, very well done.
    With the search starting when is pressed it is complete…
    Would be nice if you could customize size and shape of the inline window…

  8. Quack says:

    Thanks for the useful extension! A keyboard shortcut to bring it up would be nice, and even better you choose the shortcut.

  9. andre says:

    Very nice and handy extension, many thanks

  10. Graeme says:

    What’s the point of this extension when you can just search Google from the omnibar?

  11. chromey says:

    Grae my guess is so you can search without having to leave or open another tab/page.

  12. perzo says:

    Purpose?

  13. davv says:

    please add automatic focus on the textbox, too ;)

  14. Kabooka says:

    WHATS THE USE OF THIS EXTENSION , CANT I SEARCH GOOGLE FROM THE ADDRESS BAR ITSELF ?

  15. zipu4 says:

    2 Tommm

    when i just open your extension, I type the text and press “Enter”, and nothing happens((((

  16. Quack says:

    The purpose is the when you search here you search inside the page, no going to Google.com instead it’s a little box that’s useful when you need something really quick and you want to stay on that page, no going to Google or opening a new tab. Instead all on the same page your working on.

  17. abc says:

    when click the buttom,could you let the Focus to Search Box

  18. ikook says:

    Purpose for me is clear: a second, swiftly available search engine, next to the default one.

    My default is Google Define:
    google.com/search?defl=all&q=define:%s

    which I have as default so I can select a term and read the definition in a new tab by clicking “Search Google Define for ‘…’ ” in the context menu, which I do a lot. And Cleeki doesn’t allow putting TheFreeDictionary in its standard menu, so this is ideal, and works like the Google Wave official “G+” button.

    @davv: Control+Alt+F, isn’t that too much of a finger-strech? Maybe Shift+Alt+F then… Or something completely different.

  19. Nick Garske says:

    Cool extension but really! Chromes addressbar is google search!

  20. Tommm says:

    If you don’t see the point in it don’t use it. Simple.

    To all those who wanted auto focus on the text box when you opened it, the latest version of Chrome (4.0.49.11) fixes it.

  21. The omnibar is not google search, you can select the default search engine in the options
    (right click the addressbar –> Edit search engines)

    This looks a lot like this :
    http://www.chromeextensions.org/utilities/quick-search/

    I like the inline search results.

  22. Todero says:

    Bad magic number! error when I try install it :S

  23. wirklich says:

    Kear, exactly! +100!

  24. sextensions says:

    What a very useful extension! You deserve a round of applause. I really love this because I can just open up a little popup and don’t have to leave the page I am on. Thank you so much!

    To those who want to bitch and complain, don’t use the extension. Nobody is forcing you to use it. If you don’t like it then move along.

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