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5/10/12
Original Poster
Sudden3B0L4

'I Feel Lucky' omnibox

I would like to see a feature where when typing in the omnibox, make ctrl+click or ctrl+enter a 'i feel lucky' button and take you directly to the first search result.
 
Quick, simple, easy.
 
Regards,
D
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timmmy_42
5/10/12
timmmy_42
You can do this another way by using the keyword search feature. Right click in the address bar > Edit search engines
Add a new one 
Name-  can be anything, Lucky for instance
Keyword- Lucky
URL- https://www.google.com/search?q=%s&btnI=Im+Feeling+Lucky

Now when you want to use the im feeling lucky type lucky into the address bar then press tab and type the search term
BOSCO27
7/12/12
BOSCO27
Hello, Sorry for the random message. I am having a random problem that I can't seem to figure out that has to do with Chrome search function. I saw you helped someone out with the I am feeling lucky feature and thought you might know where I can find an answer. When I search using the omnibox it Automatically sends me to the first page google.com finds instead of actually sending me to google.com. Sort of like if I was using the Iam feeling lucky feature. Have you heard of this or do you know of somewhere I can go for help? Any help would be much appreciated.
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