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I know Vimperator. However, I would only like to have a feature similar as in Opera and Vimperator that allows me to browse links either by numbers or by TAB.

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Thank you for your answers! – Masi Jul 23 '09 at 15:13
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Firefox Mouseless browsing addon should be what you're looking for:

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Firefox already has many keyboard shortcuts.

Here is a list,

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These are only keyboard shortcuts for menu commands, go to next tabbed windows, etc. There are no shortcuts for navigating spatially on a page. The closest is the TAB key, but is impractical as it moves horizonally unless a link is the last in a line. BTW: thanks for letting me discover that F6 changes focus to the address bar. – Peter Mortensen Aug 1 '09 at 9:36

Firefox already allows you to browse links by TAB. Each TAB will take you to the next link on the page.

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But this is impractical as it moves horizonally unless a link is the last in a line. It takes far too many TABS to get to the desired link. – Peter Mortensen Aug 1 '09 at 9:37

The Vimperator add-on also provides Vim-like bindings to Firefox, if you're a Vim user.

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