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Vimium

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Description from extension meta

The Hacker's Browser. Vimium provides keyboard shortcuts for navigation and control in the spirit of Vim.

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Description from store *NOTE* Google does not allow Vimium to run on this Chrome Web Store page and the Chrome New Tab page, by design. Sorry about that! *NOTE* Chrome has some alarmist messaging around the permissions that Vimium needs to run. Really all it's asking for is that Vimium's javascript be loaded into every page. Don't be alarmed. Vimium never talks to any servers and does absolutely nothing with your data. Read the open source code if you're curious. For more information about rebinding your keys and how to use many of Vimium's features, see here: https://github.com/philc/vimium/blob/master/README.md Modifier keys are specified as <c-x>, <m-x>, <a-x> for ctrl+x, meta+x, and alt+x respectively. Navigating the current page: ? show the help dialog for a list of all available keys h scroll left j scroll down k scroll up l scroll right gg scroll to top of the page G scroll to bottom of the page d scroll down half a page u scroll up half a page f open a link in the current tab F open a link in a new tab r reload gs view source i enter insert mode -- all commands will be ignored until you hit esc to exit yy copy the current url to the clipboard yf copy a link url to the clipboard gf cycle forward to the next frame Navigating to new pages: o Open URL, bookmark, or history entry O Open URL, bookmark, history entry in a new tab b Open bookmark B Open bookmark in a new tab Using find: / enter find mode -- type your search query and hit enter to search or esc to cancel n cycle forward to the next find match N cycle backward to the previous find match Navigating your history: H go back in history L go forward in history Manipulating tabs: J, gT go one tab left K, gt go one tab right g0 go to the first tab g$ go to the last tab t create tab x close current tab X restore closed tab (i.e. unwind the 'x' command) T search through your open tabs Additional advanced browsing commands: ]] Follow the link labeled 'next' or '>'. Helpful for browsing paginated sites. [[ Follow the link labeled 'previous' or '<'. Helpful for browsing paginated sites. <a-f> open multiple links in a new tab gi focus the first (or n-th) text input box on the page gu go up one level in the URL hierarchy Vimium supports command repetition so, for example, hitting '5t' will open 5 tabs in rapid succession. ESC (or <c-[>) will clear any partial commands in the queue and will also exit insert and find modes. Release notes, see: - https://github.com/philc/vimium/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md

Latest reviews

  • (2022-08-16) MInh Thanh: I need a hot key to enable/disable the extension. Could you add it
  • (2022-08-15) Aviad Haham: Perfect, for real.
  • (2022-08-14) Ziv Rushinek: This is the first chrome extension I install on every profile. great work
  • (2022-07-24) Imran Khan: Totally loved it!! Great work.
  • (2022-07-16) alan nungaray: I wish this plugin had the visual mode to select and yank a text. Everything else it's perfect
  • (2022-07-13) Дмитрий Мишутин: Top!
  • (2022-07-12) Kenson Man: Although it is great, but it will conflict when I using the [webssh](https://github.com/huashengdun/webssh).
  • (2022-06-27) Pyry Por: This is awesome.
  • (2022-06-18) KIRAN BOYAPATI: vomnibar feature is awesome!!!
  • (2022-06-18) Abdeluadud Hakimi: I love this extensions, so much so that I have developed a companion ext. called Tabbber! Check it out you will love it! Basically now with Vimium you don't have anymore the limit that you had before on new tabs :)
  • (2022-05-27) Federico Moya: Can't live without it
  • (2022-05-23) Aleksanteri Rongonen: Thank you, thank you, thank you!
  • (2022-05-19) hr yao: Perfect!
  • (2022-05-04) Zhiye Li: Must have extension
  • (2022-04-19) Jason Kuan: Good! 很好用
  • (2022-04-18) Martin Madsen: Exactly what I didn't know I needed!
  • (2022-04-14) Akhil: hail vim. thanks for this awesome utility.
  • (2022-04-10) Rodrigo Borges: Amazing!
  • (2022-04-01) Francis Morton: Installing this was the best thing I've ever done in my life. Don't even try to argue this isn't #1
  • (2022-03-22) Daniel Asher: Vimium has become an essential tool. Very, very good. Feature Request: Include Keys as well as Exclude Keys Sometimes I just want to allow the 'f' key, e.g. on Github.
  • (2022-03-07) Gyubin Lee: Simply awesome. After I learned how to use Vim I tend to go for Vim mode on every other softwares and this exists. This one totally changes user experience on the web (especially for developers) and It cannot be replaced by others. But the only flaw of this one is Vimium is not really consistent when it's on MacOS Monterey with M1 based processors. It crashes Chrome entirely upon you input commands sometimes. This especially happens a lot when creating new tab with `t`.
  • (2022-03-03) Alex Li: Doesn't work on some pages (e.g. chrome web store :P), this is acceptable. Breaks other pages, not acceptable. When I'm writing in overleaf vim mode, even after marking this plugin to be inactive on this page, the escape key is broken so I can't actually use it.
  • (2022-02-23) I found vimium c more reliable & non buggy than this. I can't select event buttons with this, but works on vimium c.
  • (2022-02-21) Илья Пащенко: Recently it became scrolling down infinitely after pressing j... Can't stand this.
  • (2022-02-16) Andrei Lisovskii: love it
  • (2022-02-16) __ AGou-ops: 超级无敌好用!
  • (2022-02-10) Viliam Elischer: This extension is a productivity booster, so much saved kepresses/scrolls etc. 10/10 saves my life everyday
  • (2022-02-07) T niz: For anyone who has every used Qutebrowser and are familiar with quickmarks (typing a letter or string to open a webpage fast) You can replicate that here by creating a folder with your most used bookmarks and replacing the title with a single character or multiple (ex. for google i use g ) then if you press b on any webpage and then the letter or letters you assigned to your bookmark , it will replicate the functionality of quickmarks
  • (2022-02-04) Tarek dz: i love it
  • (2022-01-25) Martin Yang: This is the single most amazing chrome add-on I've ever used. 5 stars cannot express my gratitude enough. One suggestion: There are button-like objects that can be clicked with a mouse pointer, but not with Vimium. For example, in the following page, there are buttons with a text 'Copy'. https://atcoder.jp/contests/dp/tasks/dp_s If you click that with your mouse pointer, some texts are copied to your clipboard. Apparently Vimium cannot 'click' this button. Could this problem be resolved? It would be really awesome if it could. Thank you for the fantastic extension.
  • (2022-01-22) Aaron Laws: Excellent extension to keep the user on the keyboard during web browsing.
  • (2022-01-12) Ariel Berdah: Merci, pour cette application ! Je recherchais cela depuis pas mal de temps.
  • (2022-01-06) Derek Diaz: Floored by how good this extension is. The moment I stumbled across it I realized I've wanted this for years!!! Thank you for creating such a work of art!
  • (2022-01-05) Noel Curray: I like this. its a practice on using vim on linux terminal. but my problem is how do you search a word and try to go to the next search result?
  • (2021-12-23) Walter: Best for Vimer
  • (2021-12-23) Junxian Yang: 感谢作者造福人类。
  • (2021-12-08) run: Awesome
  • (2021-12-02) coderliaolong: Excellent chrome plugin!!!
  • (2021-12-01) Sansoldino: Do you love it? I love it! Do you love it? Yes I do love it! -Me talking with myself
  • (2021-11-18) Niaz Khan: I'm Lovin' it
  • (2021-11-18) Nícolas Cheneaux: Very usefull
  • (2021-11-16) Александр Пупеза: Thank you very much!
  • (2021-11-12) Shawn Green: The best extension for Google Chrome ever.
  • (2021-11-05) Brandon Manchester: I felt compelled to write a review for this app; it's that good. enough said. If you're a VIM geek, or a power user, you need this extension.
  • (2021-11-03) Nazmul I: Can't use Chrome w/out it. This is how indispensable this extension is for me - I tried Vivaldi, and though I liked the browser, since it didn't properly work w/ Vimium, I am still using Chrome. This should be built into Chrome IMO! Thank you for making such an awesome extension to make Chrome more helpful! 🙏🏽
  • (2021-11-03) John Wuelk: The most useful browser extension ever hands-down, can use my keyboard on the bed without the need for ever using the mouse. Just super comfortable and also productive as you continue using vim not only in the command line.
  • (2021-10-29) Mintu kumar: One of the coolest thing I found in internet, I just started learning vim and learned some basics navigations in vim and immediately I fall in love with it. After that I was surfing web in chrome and navigating tabs using CTRL+TAB and CTRL+SHIFT+TAB, this was too much work for me after I saw what I can do in vim so I thought to make a chrome extension to introduce vim in browser, But before doing it searched on the web about this type of feature and I came across "VIMIUM". and guess what it is open source too. I love it so much.
  • (2021-10-28) Qaiser Abbasi: thanks for this. it would be cool if there would be a shortcut to deactivate vimium when running a website specific hotkey without having to add an exception rule.
  • (2021-10-27) holika dew: the best chrome extension for productivity , one of the best addon of any of the browser
  • (2021-10-20) San: 최고... 제 기준 필수

Statistics

Installs
400,000 history
Category
Rating
4.8 (4,925 votes)
Last update / version
2021-07-09 / 1.67
Listing languages
en

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