#226809 - 04/30/0510:45 AMMissing Spot Light feature in Tiger
It would be nice if spotlight searched your browser cache and found webpages you recently visited. I don't know how many times I've dug thru the history, trying to find a page I viewed just a few days ago.<br><br><br>
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>I have QuickSilver installed, and the only thing I seem to use it for is the pop-up multi-clipboards. I just can't seem to get a handle on all the other features.<p><hr></blockquote><p>Really? I can't live without it. Sure, I use it for launching apps, but I also use it for ftp transfer, revealing files, DIFFing other files, quick calculator... etc etc etc<br><br>
Does quicksilver actually search the content of the pages?<br><br>I'm interested in searching the content, not searching the URL. I figure since the content is probably in the cache, it could easily search through the content there and find the URL. And if not, have a setting where the textual content is cached with the history so it can find the URL.<br><br>The other day, I spent about 45 minutes clicking on history pages to find a recipe I viewed just 3 days ago. I knew what some of the ingredients were, but I had no idea where or what the URL was.<br><br>
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