extension ExtPose


Description from extension meta

Command palette for Chrome.

Image from store Commander
Description from store Commander is a command palette for Chrome. You can perform all actions that you would using a mouse or keyboard shortcuts that are impossible to remember. You never have to use the mouse anymore - just use Commander. No more complicated keyboard shortcuts. Just one to open Commander. Now you can search Wikipedia, YouTube, IMDB, and Dictionary.com directly from Commander. You can also add custom actions (only for advanced users) - just click the options link in the extensions page! Install, hit Ctrl+Y or Cmd+J and you're good to go!

Latest reviews

  • (2020-03-17) bao demo: Thank you so much for this awesome tool! (I can use it even within Chrome web store)
  • (2017-09-24) Max Sysoev: omg this is a musthave
  • (2016-07-17) Nehal Hasnayeen: Used similar thing in sublime text and loved it,nice to find same thing for chrome, awesome
  • (2016-05-09) Adriaan Lemmens: Upon remapping the activation hotkey to cmd+shift+p, I got exactly what I was looking for – an Atom-esque command palette for Chrome. Can't wait to start experimenting with custom actions and see how far I can go with those. Thanks for the work, Sriram. Much obliged :)
  • (2016-04-12) Tyrone Ward: For some reason, the developer thought it was a good idea to set the activatuon hotkey as the redo hotkey. I know it can be changed, but why set it to that anyway?!
  • (2016-02-18) Bill Pearce: Great project! May contribute at some point. Just so y'all know, you can change your keybindings for Chrome extensions by clicking the 'Keyboard shortcuts' button at the very bottom of the the extensions page. I'm sure many of you might like to keep your SublimeText keybindings for this.

Latest issues

  • (2016-08-31, v:1.3.1) Can't ctrl+shift+P with ubuntu
    When I try ctrl+shift+P on Ubuntu, it invariably opens the print setup panel. How can I set a different shortcut?


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4.9167 (12 votes)
Last update / version
2017-03-27 / 1.3.2
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