Autocomplete Manager is a Firefox plugin which provide advance features for your Firefox address bar.
The original Firefox address bar will try search from the history when we type. For example, when i type ‘tech’, it may shows me a list of URL which start from ‘tech’. But, it can’t provide me the URL that contains ‘tech’ in the middle of the string. With Autocomplete Manager extension, you can do so.
As shown in the screenshot above, when i type ’snack’, the address bar will get a list of URL that contains ’snack’, when the ’snack’ is in the middle of URL. Beside this feature, Autocomplete Manager allow users to search from bookmark, change the sort criterion, and also how the pop up list look like. You can access the settings through Tools -> Autocomplete Manager, and then choose Enhanced Component Options.
This extension is very useful especially for those websites which don’t have an easy-to-remember URL. But i personally feel that the better way to remember such URL is put them in the “Bookmarks Toolbar Folder” so that you can access them in just one-click.