Safari 'Search on Page'

Mlrollin91

macrumors G5
Original poster
Nov 20, 2008
13,535
9,080
Ventura County
In Mavericks and Yosemite, you could use the search bar to find something on a webpage. In El Capitan, it seems that is missing. You can still Command + F to pull up the Find bar, but I'm use to the Command + L shortcut to start typing in the search bar and then at the bottom it would say "X results on page".

Has anyone found a way to reenable the old method? I've already checked all the search settings in Safari and did some searching around here, but haven't found anyone that has mentioned it.
 

john991

macrumors 68030
Sep 30, 2014
2,527
839
Ontario
I really wish there was a setting to accommodate "find immediately on page when you type." I find that I use this feature a lot in Firefox.
Still not in the latest beta of El Capitan? I really used this too in yosemite and miss it dearly.

Lets hope Apple brings it back for us.
 

GHHypno

macrumors newbie
Oct 6, 2015
1
0
Still not in the latest beta of El Capitan? I really used this too in yosemite and miss it dearly.

Lets hope Apple brings it back for us.
I too found this missing. You can go to menu Edit and select find. Not quiet as easy
 
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