I’m looking for a stack that does the same thing as the cmd F in a document
As I explained in my email reply already to you, emulating the CMD + F functionality in web browsers would be a fruitless exercise. Worst still; the method of removing / adding text strings to the DOM (to wrap search results in styled <span> tags) is likely going to cause a huge number of complicated breakages and various other compatibility / accessibility problems.† For which I fear you might not have the time or skillset to overcome.
If you need to sort a product inventory, the official Filter stack is the best way to go. With this stack, you can have users click predefined buttons or type in category boxes to search for specific keywords. The aptly named SortStack is another option for simply rearranging items on screen too.
You will find that all these stacks are far better optimised for sorting / adding / removing things from display. They are scoped to these particular parts of the webpage, so will not cause mass breakage with other things elsewhere on your webpage.
Julien…Preview the RW page and in the web browser do a “find.”
It won’t take you to where you need go in RW but it will at least show you the location of your search term. I have some pages that are extremely long (very long text stacks) and the client will often give a change to a page without saying where. (“Change Joe Smith to Jane Black”). A quick preview and search of the RW page at least shows me where “Joe Smith” is so I can find it in the 1200 word stack!