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Does anyone know of an extension for Google Chrome that puts numbers (1-99) next to each link like the "Mouseless Browsing" add-on for Firefox that allows you to select links with the keyboard?

I don't use a keyboard. In Firefox I can just say a number to navigate links. I wish I could do it in Chrome.

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i don't understand your PS –  akira Apr 23 '12 at 7:39
    
If you're on Windows, have you tried the native voice commands? –  dnbrv Apr 23 '12 at 13:10
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first result for "keyboard navigation" in the chrome-extension-store yields ... "keyboard navigation":

The Keyboard Navigation extension allows you to browse the web without using a mouse.

How it works: 1) Press the comma key (,) to start. This will show hints for every link, textbox ... 2) Type a hint. If you typed correctly, the hint will be highlighted. 3) Press Enter or Return to "click" on the highlighted element.

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if you want control your chrome with your voice only (something i can only assume since you don't make that idiot-proof-clear), maybe something like http://www.chromevoicecontrol.com/index.html could be used in combination with "keyboard navigation".

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he said that he does not use a keyboard... so I think he's looking for a speech extension –  Marcx Apr 23 '12 at 7:52
    
his first paragraph states that he wants something like the mouseless-addon from firefox .. "that allows you to select links with the keyboard". when OP wants to combine speach-control with whatever the browser displays .. fine, he should mention it / highlight that aspect of the question a bit more, eg 'i want to navigate my chrome by voice'. –  akira Apr 23 '12 at 7:57
    
don't you have read the content then? :P the PS (post scriptum) states that he did not use a keyboard so probably he's looking for a speech extension... anyway I can agree with you that it will be more appropriate if it's on the title or on the first paragraph ;) –  Marcx Apr 23 '12 at 8:37
    
@Marcx: i did read the PS, as stated in my comment on the question i just don't understand it's meaning and relevance to the question by reading it. –  akira Apr 23 '12 at 9:54
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