An extension adding Vim-like bindings to Google Chrome
Vim for Google Chrome.
Why is this different than Vimium, ViChrome, or Vrome?
These extensions do a wonderful job of adding Vim-like keybindings to Google Chrome, but they lack many of the features that Firefox Addon, Pentadactyl, have.
What features does cVim add to Chrome?
- Google/IMDB/Wikipedia/Amazon/Duckduckgo/Yahoo/Bing search completion
- Support for custom search engines
- History and Bookmark search/completion with bookmark folder support
- Caret/Visual mode
- Efficient link hints (with support for custom mappings)
- Support for custom keyboard mappings
- Regex page search with highlighting
- Command bar with tab-completion
- Smooth scrolling
Updated in 2021 to fix recent shadowDOM bug.
A help guide can be found at:
You can also find the guide in the settings page
Want to suggest/add new features or notify me of a bug?
Add in issue/pull request to https://github.com/1995eaton/chromium-vim or send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org