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README.md

Vim Vixen

Forked by Jonathan Hodgson

Done

I have changed the colours of the command menu to fit more in line with my personal preference

ToDo

Add some indication as to the mode that you are currently in

Original Readme

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Vim Vixen is a Firefox add-on which allows you to easily navigate the web by keyboard. Since version 57, Firefox has migrated to the WebExtensions API and has dropped support for legacy add-ons. Vim Vixen is a new choice for Vim users since it uses the WebExtensions API.

To get Vim Vixen, install it from Firefox add-ons.

For usage and more detailed information, check out our documentations.

Compatibility

  • Firefox 68 ESR

Copyright © 2017-2019 by Shin'ya Ueoka

Licence

MIT