Vimium-like page navigation
alvk last edited by LonM
Hot off the heels of my previous topic(where you can also see an example of the feature in action if you're not familiar with it), I wonder if anyone else agrees having this kind of functionality would be a great addition to Vivaldi?
I have just tried Spatial navigation, and while better than nothing, it is noticeably less efficient at finding all the clickable stuff on a page and is quite a chore to use as the marker jumps from area to area in an unpredictable manner. Vimium, on the other hand, simply highlights all the visible links with a shortcut that can be pressed. It is more accurate and saves more time (in fact, I find myself navigating pages faster than using a mouse sometimes).
Would it be possible to have a similar feature baked in? What does everyone think? If you are a keyboard user who hasn't tried it yet, I encourage you to do so. I never thought I'd like it so much.
@alvk I guess the a Vivaldi feature similar to old Opera12 feature will be added for better navigation with many single-char shortcuts.
mossman last edited by
Another thing Opera used to do many years back was have a links panel which showed a (clickable) list of all link text and associated addresses.
You could reorder alphabetically etc. and it was also searchable IIRC. That panel was often very handy...
potmeklecbohdan last edited by
Hi, this request has a newer but more voted duplicate.