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Originally Posted by Forumposter View Post
How to bind this script to ctrl+f?
You can actually assign a shortcut to any bookmark via the Keyboard & Mouse system preference pane.

Try this:

1.) Add the bookmarklet to your Bookmarks.
2.) Give it a unique name.
3.) Launch System Preferences - Click on the Keyboard & Mouse preference pane.
4.) In the Keyboard shortcuts preference tab, click on the + button.
5.) Select OmniWeb as the application.
6.) For the menu title enter the title of your bookmark (make sure this is exactly the same as it appears in the Bookmarks menu).
7.) Enter your desired keyboard shortcut -- this too needs to be unique so CMD-F probably wont work.
Troy Brandt
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Originally Posted by Forumposter View Post
Thanks - this helps a little bit - although I cannot continue searching with ctrl+g.
This issue interrupts my workflow :-(
Fwiw, while you can't use command-g to jump to the next instance, the Highlighter script does colour every occurrence on the page when you run it and not just the first one. So you can use space to find the next one.

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