Find in Page doesn't search whole page
Maybe there's an add-on for this, but I didn't find it?
My problem is that the Find in Page function seems to have been designed back in the old days when a complete webpage was downloaded into the browser at once. Now, for instance, on Twitter, Find in Page only shows the current part of a very long page that the browser will eventually reach once you scroll down farther and farther more of the page appears. Find in Page doesn't go below what I call the first fold in the page.
Is there some way to make Firefox search past the bottom without my having to enter the search string for Find in Page; after the search fails, I need to scroll the page to near the (visible) by hand, then do the find again, then scroll, then find...
Or maybe there is an add-on, or technique, for loading a lot more of the current page into the browser instead of just the first fold. Maybe it could allow a user to choose how many folds of the page will be downloaded immediately?
I'm using the latest versions on both Windows 10 and Android 7. Thanks.
- 用户代理（User Agent）: Mozilla/5.0 (Android 7.1.2; Mobile; rv:55.0) Gecko/55.0 Firefox/55.0