I’d love to have a keyboard shortcut that would set focus on the first visible field. Y’know, for web apps/sites that don’t set focus properly when the page loads.
My simple jQuery snippet works well for this – how easy would it be to turn that into Chrome and Firefox extensions?
Little project for someone?
and add some stuff to it. Then all you have to do is figure out how to attach a keystroke to a bookmarklet, which on Safari is Cmd-1 (e.g.)
Chromium and Firefox don’t have keyboard command for invoking bookmarklets in this manner so you got me going in an interesting direction here:
1. Create a bookmarklet
2. Add the bookmarklet to your Bookmarks menu
3. Use System Preferences – Keyboard & Mouse – Keyboard Shortcuts to attach a keyboard shortcut to the bookmarklet
I tested this in Chromium (Mac).
A bookmarklet I need to click with the mouse doesn’t do me any good because I can just as well click the field.
So I’m back to thinking I need a browser extension for Chromium and Firefox.
What about combining jquerify with greasemonkey or jetpack?
It is certainly interesting for me to read this post. Thanks for it. I like such themes and anything that is connected to them. BTW, why don’t you change design :).
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