- Rated 2 out of 5by 依云, 5 years agoI'm leaving this extension. It has a nice options page. It has a nice tutorial (which I don't read). But it
* cannot blacklist sites
* cannot indicate whether I'm in the pass mode
* cannot remember the pass mode after switching tabs / windows
* cannot support my Escape key that has been remaped using xmodmap
* has issues scrolling on some pages (e.g. its tutorial page)
* cannot exit hint mode without action
* is not actively maintained
* I cannot 'npm install' successfully to build my modified version
- Rated 5 out of 5by Firefox user 13864896, 5 years agoReally promising add-on, already has many features that were lacking in Vimium that had always annoyed me.
Love how customisable it is, from keybindings to the colour of the hints.
Some features that it would need to make me switch fully over from Vimium:
-bookmarks and history bar (the existing tab bar looks great so I think these will be good)
- ability to disable specific keys on certain websites, or at least integrate with a page's existing keyboard shortcuts.
I see these are already on the upcoming feature list, how exciting. This could be huge. Definitely has the potential to be far better than Vimium when it is fully operational.
- Rated 2 out of 5by Hiro-H, 5 years agoWhen this Add-on turn on, back scroll position is not saved.
browsing A-page and scroll down
click a link to B-page
browsing B-page and go back to A-page by click 'back' left-arrow icon.
When return to A-page, HOWEVER, top of A-page displays, scroll position before is not resumed.
- Rated 5 out of 5by Mirzhan Irkegulov, 5 years agoIf you've used VimFx and don't know which Vim-like addon to switch to, use Saka Key, full stop.
Unfortunately the author is busy and needs a new maintainer (https://github.com/lusakasa/saka-key/issues/171). This project is great and deserves further progress.
- Rated 3 out of 5by Firefox user 13590256, 5 years agoSaka Key is okay, but I am rating it 3 out of 5 admittedly not on its own merit (which I hope developers may forgive me for) but because compared to VimFX, my preferred extension before Firefox 57 arrived, Saka Key lacks in certain areas:
1. The escape combination (to be able to transparently forward all keystrokes to the web page) has to be re-typed every time you switch focus back to the tab where you need to escape keystrokes again. This is very inconvenient, and combined with the next lack-of-feature on the list, makes for a truly irritating experience for pages where you need to disable Saka Key temporarily through escaping.
2. There is no way to blacklist certain URLs -- Saka Key is either enabled for your entire browser or not at all. Since keystroke escaping described above does not persist between even switching tabs, this really hurts.
Other than that, Saka Key does just what it says it does. But since it is a fresh start with Web Extensions API, I understand it's not there yet. It's not authors fault they have VimFX to compare to :) Best of luck, Saka Key!
- Rated 5 out of 5by Firefox user 13577668, 5 years agoGood addons. It works fine and it is easy to use. You can customize all commands; this function is very usefult because I want to simulate VIM's keybindings in Firefox. This addon can speed up your productivity using only the keyboard!