Thanks for the tip matt, but it doesn’t work for me with the key combination.
Your tip works when you go to menu edit -> Find -> Find.
Type a single word and search. Now I can jump to the next or previous highlight word.
But my goal is to search after some boolean value in EF find bar like for example the string mac AND server.
When I see this highlighted words within a document after I clicked in some document in the search results, I now want to jump so I can go to words with mac and jump also to the second word server in the same document without go to Find menu and type in server instead.
But this doesn’t work yet and I know this depends on Apples webkit that must support this. But if I go to the page http://nightly.webkit.org/ I can see that the builds for the search framework for safari is updated very often. So maybe this highlight behaviour is possible to use with implementing a newer version of the webkit to EF.
Or must it be Apple who implement this in a new system version to get this highlighting behaviour to work for organisation softwares?
In devonthink can you go to next and previous words in pdf (when you type a boolean value) and text documents. But not with Web Archives.
So is it a newer webkit from either Apple or Webkit.org (open source) that is the requirement to support Web Archive documents?