Keyboard Surfing provides a keyboard-controlled pointer on web pages, to avoid using a mouse for web browsing. Keyboard shortcuts for navigation are arranged like the common arrow keys.
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The pointer can be moved to nearby links by pressing the up, down, left and right keys. Keyboard Surfing automatically selects nearby links on the page.
Three sets of shortcut keys are provided for navigation and control: the numpad set, the left-hand set and the right-hand set.
Additional functions include: smooth scrolling, open links in new tab and in new window, close windows and tabs, go to homepage.
– Press ‘Pause’ key on keyboard to enable or disable this extension.
– This extension is available for Chrome and Firefox browsers.
i, k up, down
j, l left, right
u scroll up
m scroll down
y scroll up half page
b scroll down half page
h open a link in the current tab or window
n open a link in a new tab or window
0 new browser window
p show the help page for a list of all keys
space smooth scrolling mode
8, 5 up, down
4, 6 left, right
7 scroll up
1 scroll down
n.Enter open a link in the current tab or window
n.plus open a link in a new tab or window
2 go back in history
3 go forward in history
n.multiply new browser window
decimal show the help page for a list of all keys
0 smooth scroling mode
Only the most common commands are listed. For additional commands, consult the built-in help page.
Google does not allow extensions to run on built-in Chrome pages.
I love the extension, but vim keys would be awsome !!!
This needs to work with Chromebooks. It doesn’t recognize the Pause key.
need to be more customizable(
Needs to be able to drag
You are a genius! This is so well implemented and it makes navigation so so easy! Thank you 😀
A hidden jewel.
I’m recommending this to my friends.
I have added this extension to my “best extensions” list. It is so amazingly easy and intuitive to use.