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Über dieses Add-on
VimFx is a Firefox extension which adds Vim-style keyboard shortcuts for browsing and navigation, significantly reducing the use of the mouse.
- Doesn’t change your browser in any way. Everything can be disabled.
- Easy for beginners, powerful for advanced users. Not just for Vim fanatics.
- Modeled after Vimium for Chrome.
Power user? Make a config file!
In either case, have look at the the documentation and the wiki.
VimFx is made by these awesome people.
Why VimFx was created
Even before Vimium there was Vimperator for Firefox. In my opinion, Vimperator has too many features and aggressively changes the default Firefox appearance and behavior. Vimium is exactly what I need in terms of added functionality, but for Chrome. That’s why I decided to develop similar extension for Firefox.
VimFx will be nice to your browser and to your habits. Promise.
– Anton Khodakivskiy, VimFx’s original author.
VimFx has concise shortcuts for most commonly performed actions. Many simply invoke native Firefox features. That is preferred over re-implementing similar functionality.
Follow links, focus text inputs and click buttons using hint markers by pressing
f. This command has many variations, for example to copy links or open them in new tabs.
/and cycle between matches with
Open a new tab with
t, close it with
x. Reopen it again with
X. Switch between tabs with
K, or some of the several other tab commands.
Half a page:
There are of course many more shortcuts! Press
?to see them all, and then
/to search among them. Click on a command or open VimFx’s settings page in the Add-ons Manager to customize the default shortcuts.
You can temporarily disable VimFx by using Ignore mode. Press
ito enter it, and
shift-escapeto exit. Use the blacklist to automatically enter Ignore mode on specific sites.
There’s also an article on ghacks.net which is a good introduction.
Enjoying VimFx? Write a review!
Found a bug? Report it in the issue tracker!
- Doesn't use Jetpack
- Written in Coffeescript
- Improved: The usage of modifier keys in Hints mode is now shown in VimFx’s Keyboard Shortcuts help dialog. The functionality has been there for a long time, but should now be easier to find. Thanks to our awesome translators, the new help text is already available in most supported locales!
- Improved: If you submit a form while still being inside one of its text inputs, that text input is now automatically blurred. This lets you use VimFx commands while waiting for the form to submit without having to press
- Improved: The
gucommand now works better on some pages, by preserving a trailing slash. Thanks to @sinkuu!
- Improved: VimFx now recognizes text areas in the TYPO3 CMS.
- Improved: The
<escape>command and the toolbar button now let you escape back to Normal mode if VimFx ever gets stuck thinking that you are typing in a text input.