Macintosh OS/Find and Search
QUESTION: Hi Dave
I am at a web page with a list of hundreds of mp3s for a certain genre of music. I would like to know how many mp3s are on this page, but it would take a long time to count them. So, I do a command-F and search "mp3" in order to make the count a heck of a lot quicker for myself. But next to the find field it says "More than 100 matches".
Is there any way to change a preference or something so that it tells me exactly how many matching items are found instead of the limit of 100 it's defaulting to?
ANSWER: I assume Mac OSX, I assume Safari web browser.
I do not think that setting can be changed in the web browser.
I do not know what response you would get in Firefox and Chrome.
You could download Text Wrangler (free), copy and paste the text into TW and I KNOW it would tell you. It is a very technically proficient word processor.
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QUESTION: Yes, you're assumptions were correct.
I tried FIrefox and it didn't work. I tried Google Chrome.................and it worked!! It says 1 of 538 items.
Thanks for the help!
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