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Chromemacs

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

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Description from store Chromemacs is the chrome extension provides keyboard shortcuts for navigation and control in the spirit of Emacs. The source code is originally forked from Vimium. Pull-Requests are welcome and appreciated. *NOTE* Google does not allow Chromemacs 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 Chromemacs needs to run. Really all it's asking for is that Chromemacs's javascript be loaded into every page. Don't be alarmed. Chromemacs never talks to any servers and does absolutely nothing with your data. Read the open source code if you're curious. Privacy Policy: https://maeda-kazuya.github.io/privacy-policy/ For more information about rebinding your keys and how to use many of Chromemacs's features, see here: https://github.com/maeda-kazuya/chromemacs/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: <c-h> show the help dialog for a list of all available keys <c-b> scroll left <c-n> scroll down <c-p> scroll up <c-f> scroll right <c-m-,> scroll to top of the page <c-m-.> scroll to bottom of the page <c-v> scroll down half a page <m-v> scroll up half a page <c-x><c-f> open a link in the current tab <c-x><a-F> open a link in a new tab <m-r> reload <a-s> view source <c-g><c-u> copy the current url to the clipboard <c-g><c-l> copy a link url to the clipboard <c-x>o cycle forward to the next frame Navigating to new pages: <c-x><c-d> Open URL, bookmark, or history entry <c-x><c-D> Open URL, bookmark, history entry in a new tab <c-x><c-b> Open bookmark <c-x><c-B> Open bookmark in a new tab Using find: <c-s> 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 For advanced usage, see [regular expressions](https://github.com/philc/vimium/wiki/Find-Mode) on the wiki. Navigating your history: <c-m-b> go back in history <c-m-f> go forward in history Manipulating tabs: <c-b> go one tab left <c-f> go one tab right <c-x><up> go to the first tab <c-x><down> go to the last tab <c-g><c-t> create tab <c-x>4 duplicate current tab <c-x>0 close current tab <c-g><c-r> restore closed tab (i.e. unwind the 'x' command) <c-x>b search through your open tabs <c-x>5 move current tab to new window <a-p> pin/unpin current tab Using marks: ma, mA set local mark "a" (global mark "A") `a, `A jump to local mark "a" (global mark "A") `` jump back to the position before the previous jump -- that is, before the previous gg, G, n, N, / or `a Additional advanced browsing commands: <c-g><left>, <c-g><right> Follow the link labeled 'next' or '>' ('previous' or '<') - helpful for browsing paginated sites <a-f> open multiple links in a new tab <c-g><c-f> focus the first (or n-th) text input box on the page <c-g>< go up one level in the URL hierarchy <c-g>/ go up to root of the URL hierarchy <c-x>< scroll all the way left <c-x>> scroll all the way right Chromemacs 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/maeda-kazuya/chromemacs#release-notes

Latest reviews

  • (2019-10-02) Vincent Zhang: Good extension! But why Vimum is showed on UI?
  • (2018-09-09) Degorn: Good for emacs fans. I've found on github.

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330 history
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4.5 (2 votes)
Last update / version
2021-06-06 / 3.0.0
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