Keyboard glee for your web
gleeBox takes a keyboard-centric approach to navigating the web. It provides alternatives to actions that are traditionally performed via the mouse such as clicking, scrolling, selecting text fields, etc.
gleeBox comes with a set of commands that allow you to traverse through different elements on a page, perform different types of actions on a page and supports commands from Yubnub and Quix. A couple of examples include "?h" to scroll through headers on a page and ":fbshare $" to share the current page on Facebook.
If you're someone who is a keyboard junkie and loves the command line, this extension is for you!
For the complete set of commands, read the user manual at http://thegleebox.com/manual.html
Share and find tips, commands and more on TipJar: http://tipjar.thegleebox.com
Follow gleeBox on Twitter for updates: @thegleebox
The notice you see about having access to your website data, tabs and browsing activity is automatically generated because gleeBox runs on every tab. gleeBox doesn't try to look at or store any of your private data. Bookmark access is required for searching and executing bookmarks and bookmarklets.