tridactyl - A Vim-like interface for Firefox, inspired by Vimperator/Pentadactyl.

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Replace Firefox's default control mechanism with one modelled on the one true editor, Vim. Simply click this link in Firefox to install our latest "beta" build. These betas are updated with each commit to master on this repo. Your browser will automatically update from there once a day. If you want more frequent updates, you can change extensions.update.interval in about:config to whatever time you want, say, 15 minutes (900 seconds). Alternatively, you can get our "stable" builds straight from Mozilla. The changelog for the stable versions can be found here. If you want to use advanced features such as edit-in-Vim, you'll also need to install the native messenger or executable, instructions for which can be found by typing :installnative and hitting enter once you are in Tridactyl.


@types/css : 0.0.31
@types/nearley : ^2.11.0
command-line-args : ^5.0.2
csp-serdes : github:cmcaine/csp-serdes
css : ^2.2.3
fuse.js : ^3.2.0
mark.js : ^8.11.1
semver-compare : ^1.0.0



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