This extension provides 32 global shortcut placeholders, and it will forward all shortcut messages to another (configurable) extension.
The common usage of this extension is to forward all shortcuts to Vimium C ( https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/vimium-c-all-by-keyboard/hfjbmagddngcpeloejdejnfgbamkjaeg ), and then you may trigger Vimium C’s tens of commands easily, without taking care of what modes you’re currently in.
For example, if you:
* specify “Alt+Shift+H” for “Custom Shortcut 1” in the shortcut settings page (chrome://extensions/shortcuts),
* and add `shortcut userCustomized1 command=”showHelp”` to Vimium C’s custom key mappings,
* then you’ll be able to trigger Vimium C’s help panel by Alt+Shift+H, even when a text box or Vomnibar is showing and focused.
Please note that, if you have modified some options of Vimium C, you may need to add its extension id (clnalilglegcjmlgenoppklmfppddien) to Vimium C’s “Allow list of other extension IDs” settings.
Vimium C is a keyboard shortcut tool for keyboard-based page navigation and browser tab operations with an advanced omnibar and about 8 global shortcuts, and this extension can help you specify up to 32 global shortcuts for it, making it more convenient.
If you want to use this with Vimium C, it requires Vimium C v1.76.3, and v1.77 or higher versions are recommended.