extension ExtPose

Backspace navigation (for Linux)

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This simple extension allows you to use the backspace key to go back one page in your browser history (when not typing in some…

Image from store Backspace navigation (for Linux)
Description from store This simple extension allows you to use the backspace key to go back one page in your browser history (when not typing in some input field), or shift+backspace to go forward. The extension is intended for Linux users (as Chrome for Linux does not have this feature), but it should not break the built-in backspace navigation on Windows/Mac.

Latest reviews

  • (2016-03-19) Allan Laal: goes back 2 pages for every keypress. unusable :(
  • (2014-08-09) Samuele R.: Just works.
  • (2014-03-16) Michael Gebetsroither: Works really good on linux, but breaks backspace navigation on chromebooks.
  • (2013-09-14) Kevin Sar: It's very spotty for me. It usually only works if I'm on a page that has already been loaded and only works if I navigate to a new page first. so if I press back once and then back again it won't work.

Statistics

Installs
483
Category
Rating
3.8182 (11 votes)
Last update / version
2013-09-08 / 1.0
Listing languages
en

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