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Eric Drechsel 4 years ago • updated by Steven Lu 5 months ago 3

As many "hacker" types, I prefer the keyboard for window switching etc. I will tend to use Cmd-` to switch to Sidewise. From there it would be great if i could navigate using the keyboard. Suggested shortcuts:


Select next/previous rowDown, Up
Search
/
Exit searchEscape
With selected row: 
Activate tabReturn
Toggle hibernateH
Close tabDelete

PS I've tried lots of tab manager extensions, and sidewise is my favorite so far.

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Planned

I'll look into adding this soon as I don't think it will take much code, especially with recent improvements to the Chrome Extension API in the area of keybindings.

Thanks for the table of keybinding suggestions. I think they would make a great default set and will probably configure the default keybindings as such.

Planned

I'll look into adding this soon as I don't think it will take much code, especially with recent improvements to the Chrome Extension API in the area of keybindings.

Thanks for the table of keybinding suggestions. I think they would make a great default set and will probably configure things as such.

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Planned

I'll look into adding this soon as I don't think it will take much code, especially with recent improvements to the Chrome Extension API in the area of keybindings.

Thanks for the table of keybinding suggestions. I think they would make a great default set and will probably configure the default keybindings as such.

Hey I'm liking this plugin a lot, I just would love the ability to quickly search in my tab titles and then focus that tab using the keyboard. Currently there does not appear to be a way to focus the result list upon typing something (which can be done by tabbing to the Sidewise window and then hitting ctrl/cmd+F, so we are like, half way there.)