There are lots of ways to find things fast in Firefox. For example: If you’re on a Webpage and you are looking for a link, you can search for phrases that occur in those links by using Quick Find.
1. Type ‘ (single quote character) to bring up the Quick Find (links only) bar.
2. Type a search phrase into the Quick Find (links only) field. The first link that contains the phrase you’ve typed will be selected.
3. Press Ctrl+G to highlight the next link that contains your search phrase.
To close the Quick Find bar, wait a moment then press the Esc key on the keyboard, or click somewhere in Firefox that is not part of the Quick Find bar.
Another short cut for your collection!
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