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Latest version of firefox (56) prevent installing this addon, it says something about preventing installing unverified addons.
I am tying this review with jV enabled in Firefox 4.0 and it seems to work just fine. I used the Add-on Compatibility Reporter addon to enable jV and try it out, but you should be able to change the install.rdf to bump up the max version to 4.0.
Superb. Thank you.
I've been looking for something like this for a long time. I tried vimperator, but it just wasn't for me (and I even use the Ratpoison WM for my everday use). All I wanted was an add-on to give me basic vim keybindings for text areas, preferably w/o firing up an external instance, and this does it. Thanks so much!
This is the first plugin that I feel very, ,very passionate about. Firebug is indispensable, but this just makes you feel warm and happy inside. :)
Still needs some polish, but it makes the keystrokes hardwired in my hands not break things.
Great! I hope development of this extension continues, it really makes it possible to edit text directly in your browser. But can I get a block cursor, please?
I've been using this add-on for nine months. It is truly indispensable. With jV installed I rarely shell out to gVim via ItsAllText anymore. jV even works with fancy text areas such as those created by the Google Web Toolkit.
The only reason I'm not yet giving it five stars is it doesn't work very well with Google Docs spreadsheets and I have to manually disable it in that context.
Great work. Can't wait to see even more vi(m) features implemented.
I in stalled this and within minutes am very happy with it. I've get tired of forgetting that I'm not typing in VI when switching to a HTML input field. Wish I'd thought of this myself.
it's pretty nice, but doesn't seem to support ex commands at all (pressing : doesn't do anything).
I'm an old-school vi user who hates to move her hands from home row, and have been beta-testing this extension for a few months. It's pretty solid by now, has commands like the t/f/%/w I use most, and has made web-based interfaces (such as this one) a lot more palatable. You will start missing it in text string fields (it only applies to textareas).