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'''Emacs-mode''' is a Chrome browser extension (not to be confused with an
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[[Elisp Package]]). It adds "Emacs bindings and quick navigation
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without using the mouse". Typing a "?" in a web page will launch a
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list of key bindings.
  
I didn't notice a template for browser add-ons/extensions related to Emacs, just one instance [[Emacs as a browser's external editor]]. If a category for browser extensions is added later, please add this page to it.
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== Features ==
 
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Emacs-mode does not mimic Emacs navigation perfectly: {{Keys|C-n}} still launches a new Chrome frame. It at least allows {{CommandKeys|C-x k|kill-buffer}} to close a browser tab, which is useful for those of us who have the command burned into our ROMs.
==Emacs-mode==
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Emacs-mode is a Chrome browser extension. It adds "Emacs bindings and quick navigation without using the mouse". Typing a "?" in a web page will launch a list of keybindings.
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Emacs-mode does not mimic Emacs navigation perfectly: C-n still launches a new Chrome frame. It at least allows {{CommandKeys|C-x k|kill-buffer}} to close a browser tab, which is useful for those of us who have the command burned into our '''ROM'''s.
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==External Links==
 
==External Links==
 
*[https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/miojjimhedbpnnjpneobbfhdicckhhkd Emacs-mode]
 
*[https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/miojjimhedbpnnjpneobbfhdicckhhkd Emacs-mode]
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[[Category:Browser Plugin]]

Latest revision as of 11:15, 30 March 2012

Emacs-mode is a Chrome browser extension (not to be confused with an Elisp Package). It adds "Emacs bindings and quick navigation without using the mouse". Typing a "?" in a web page will launch a list of key bindings.

Features[edit]

Emacs-mode does not mimic Emacs navigation perfectly: [C-n] still launches a new Chrome frame. It at least allows [C-x k] (or M-x kill-buffer) to close a browser tab, which is useful for those of us who have the command burned into our ROMs.

External Links[edit]