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I need an extention of plugin for chrome that act like firefox: http://support.mozilla.com/en-US/kb/Accessibility#w_always-use-the-cursor-keys-to-navigate-within-webpages

Any one know how can I surf the pages in this way in chrome, like Firefox?

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Perhaps what you're looking for is known as caret browsing. In Firefox it's turned on by pressing F7. There is an extension for Chrome that offers the same functionality: Caret Browsing

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You can use the Tab to focus on different links & use the arrow keys to scroll up/down right out of the box in Chrome

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  • Yes, but I need the same ability like Firefox. – Milad Khajavi Oct 6 '11 at 16:21
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If you are still want it/didn't find it, then take! Nice stuff.


Also, there is a bunch of Vim-like extensions. I've never used Vim, but after trying a bit, considering to use some. The main downside is the lack of arrow-keys navigation, tho some of them have "visual mode", but actual navigation even is this mode is mostly unusable: like, go to next symbol L, go back one symbol B. There are unused arrow keys, really..

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