A hit-a-hint style keyboard navigation extension so that you can finally get rid of that rodent sitting on your desk.
This extension provides keyboard accessibility to all clickable elements in a web page. This includes (but is not limited to): - Links - Buttons - Input fields - Select lists Default keyboard shortcut: Ctrl+Shift+F This can be changed from Chrome>Extensions>Shortcuts (chrome://extensions/shortcuts) Enter the characters from the tag that you wish to click. - Enter will click the element - Ctrl + Enter will attempt to open a link in a new browser tab In the options you can change the placement of the alpha numeric "tags" and the input field. You can also change the style (color, font, size, etc.) of both types of elements. Polling option can be used so that the "tags" are automatically refreshed on a regular interval instead of at the time of activating the extension. This is useful for websites that have a lot of elements per page. Set the interval. Default is 2 seconds. Must be specified in milliseconds Optionally set white listed domains where you want polling to take effect. Leave blank for all sites. Regex notation can be used. Note: Extensions do not work on any "chrome://" pages