Covers all the important features I need and doesn't try to be a complete alternate interface to every browser feature, resulting in a low learning curve. Configuration is very straightforward although JSON may seem a bit daunting at first.
Can we have a block list that we can add sites to not use Vim Vixen? For example youtube.com/watch.* , since youtube shortcut keys j,k,l overlap with Vim navigation. (Updated: oops, this is already supported :+1:)
This is all pretty useless without the ability to: - have a cursor; - search text; - select text; - copy text; - right click menu; - bookmark; - ...
I really don't see how moving the window is useful, if I still need to reach for my mouse every time I need to do anything. -- On top of that it doesn't really work, because the shortcuts collide with the pages shortcuts. If I do `f` I need to type `CA` well no I can't, because Reddit binds `C` to opening a menu.
I'm a emacs user, actually I don't use vim to edit some text. But I have to say I'm surprised that this vim firefox-addon with so many users, while Emacs key-binding addon is so poor. At last, I like this add-on.