|User since||June 2, 2012|
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Vrooming around with the mouse! Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Similar to my principle to reduce the strain of switching between the keyboard and mouse, this add-on reduces a lot of hunt-and-click by converting a lot of frequent jobs as gestures. All-in-one gestures helps me detach my mind from mundane tasks like going back or forward, switching tabs, closing tabs, opening closed tabs and even minimizing Firefox also!
Heck, I could even despise others for not using it.
works awesome, but... Rated 5 out of 5 stars
this add-on works great, but i wanted to take a screenshot of a QRcode and it was impossible to retain it on the screen. If this could be included as a feature, it'd be great.
the but is only for the feature request. the app is really awesome in itself!
thanks to the dev.
Firefox on Steroids! Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Vim has been a text editor on steroids. Firefox was my playground since the good old days of 1.x. My work and passion allow me to spend umpteen hours everyday with my favorite text editor and web browser and getting the goodness of Vim in Firefox was like an icing on a cake. That is exactly what I got with Vimperator.
Browsing in Firefox is a pleasure with most of the default key-bindings coming in handy. Ctrl-L, Ctrl-K, combined with Ctrl-T, were quite good indeed. But for people feeling at home in Vim, this seems too much of keying. Vimperator is a Vim wrapper around Firefox (and more). Now, merely an Alt+Tab will bring me to Vim-like key-bindings in Firefox.
Because of this, Vimperator has brought me peace. It has saved a lot of switching between the keyboard and mouse. It has saved frequent switching of context in my brain between Vim mode and Browser mode.
Simply put, it made my work and play integrate seamlessly with one another.
I’m loving Vimming in Firefox!