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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Today, Google can give you an answer even before you finish typing your query into Chrome's omnibox, or the Google's Search Bar, or even the Google app.
HTTPS Everywhere Visiting sites with "https://" in front of the URL (look for the green "lock" icon in Chrome's Omnibox for another indicator) means you're vising a site using SSL encryption--a must for ecommerce at the very least.
Chrome long ago moved away from the separate search box, replacing it with an Omnibox for both search terms and URLs.
(14) The keyword search box is actually called the "Google Omnibox" because of its many uses (see Appendix A, which discusses "Special Functions and Operations in Some Search Engines.")
The toolbar can be placed on either the left or right side of the Omnibox depending on the user's preference.
<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.
Omnibox right angle, small worm gear drives are modular in design and housed in cast iron.
The company also brings a string of new features including instant search result info in the omnibox address bar for weather, sports, and other Search card items.
If you use the Chrome browser, it may know every Web site you've typed into the address bar, or "Omnibox." <p>It may have all of your e-mail (Gmail), your appointments (Google Calendar) and even your last known location (Google Latitude).
Beaufort also revealedthat some new changes have come to Omnibox suggestion icons, tab strip colouring, pinned tabs and alert indicators.
Type the following to enable this feature: "chrome://flags/#origin-chip-in-omnibox" in the Canary "address bar" (also known as Omnibox).

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