Omnibox

Omnibox

The single input field for entering URLs and search words in Google's Chrome Web browser. See Chrome browser.
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Chrome long ago moved away from the separate search box, replacing it with an Omnibox for both search terms and URLs.
The toolbar can be placed on either the left or right side of the Omnibox depending on the user's preference.
lt;p>Google has simplified use of its Omnibox, the all-in-one search bar and web address bar, via icons that help distinguish pages and sites from one another.
The author describes the innovations of Chrome such as its multi-purpose Omnibox feature and provides step-by-step instructions on implementing keyboard shortcuts, code tweaks and security measures.
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The network portability and strength of Inferno and acceptance of Java by the software development community provides OmniBox Interactive Broadcasting Network an increased pool of interactive applications that can be broadcast to its customers on a global scale.
Google also brings a few other enhancements in this release such as enhanced ranking of predictions, better spell correction and a wide array of fundamental improvements for Omnibox predictions.
Bush, president of OmniBox, said, "Our goal with the OmniBox Network is to help communications distributors in all channels reach many businesses, households, universities and hospitals.
Now users of Google Chrome Beta can have full-screen web browsing and better search through the Omnibox.
When one types a URL or search the web on the Omnibox or the single bar at the uppermost part of the screen, there is a flag called "Enable origin chip in the Omnibox" which can be seen next to the Omnibox where one can search Google or input a new URL.
Search feature has been improved as well, with the browser not allowing users to search using the URL omnibox, instead of a separate box.
The website-specific options can be found on the page/lock icon in the omnibox, and toggled from there directly (see below).

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