Set custom keyboard shortcuts for Chrome (browse to chrome://extensions/shortcuts).
This extension adds the ability to set 25 different custom keyboard shortcuts for Chrome. Without this extension, Chrome doesn't have the ability to change or override any default keyboard shortcuts. By design, this extension does not require any additional Chrome permissions at all. Everything is performed locally in Chrome, so it does not need access to any sites or data. All 25 keyboard shortcut settings are optional and can be changed at any time. Chrome extensions are currently limited to 4 "suggested_key" defaults. The first 4 shortcuts have default values (which can be changed), but you'll need to set values for any other shortcuts that you wish. All keyboard shortcuts can be changed at chrome://extensions/shortcuts. You can navigate there via your address bar, or by clicking the Keyboard Shortcuts extension icon. List of keyboard shortcuts that can be set: Select previous tab Select next tab Move current tab left Move current tab right Open Chrome Bookmarks (chrome://bookmarks) Open Chrome Downloads (chrome://downloads) Open Extensions (chrome://extensions) Open Extension Shortcuts (chrome://extensions/shortcuts) Open Chrome Flags (chrome://flags) Open Chrome Help (chrome://help) Open Chrome History (chrome://history) Open Chrome Settings (chrome://settings) Close current tab New tab Unload tab from memory Duplicate current tab Go back to the previous page Go forward to the next page Move current tab to first Move current tab to last Mute / Unmute current tab Pin / Unpin current tab Reload tab New window New incognito window Icon design: Extension icon made by Freepik from www.flaticon.com
- (2019-11-14) Robby Bennett: It works great for me. I'm running it on Chrome on Windows. Very simple and good app. Lots of options that are useful. I wish there was a setting to bookmark the current tab though.
- (2019-05-11) Un Named: This simply doesn't work. Does it not work on Chromebooks?