Provides a fast way to search and change between open Tabs or open tabs from History and Bookmarks. Inspired by Vivaldi's Quick Commands (https://help.vivaldi.com/article/quick-commands/) Use the shortcut (Alt+Shift+R) to open the menu window.
What is Quick Commands?
Quick Commands is a Firefox add-on that allows you to quickly search, browse, and open existing and former tabs. Inspired by Vivaldi's Quick Commands, it provides a window with keyboard shortcuts for efficient tab navigation and searching within your browsing history and bookmarks.
Quick commands is an add-on inspired by Vivaldi's Quick Commands that provides a similar window to search and open existing and former tabs.
Open the quick-commands window with
Alt+Shift+R (customizable via Firefox's "Manage Extension Shortcuts")
Search and browse with the
Open the selected tab with
Esc closes the window, and your current shortcut for closing a tab (Ctrl+W/Cmd+W) will work just as well
The following permissions are requested upon installation (most are quite self-explanatory):
- tabs: For searching and switching between current open tabs
- history: To be able to search and display links from history
- bookmarks: To be able to search and display links from your bookmarks
Quick Commands may not be safe to use and it requires some risky permissions. Exercise caution when installing this add-on. Review carefully before installing.
Quick Commands has earned a fairly good reputation and likely can be trusted.