Shortkeys (Custom Keyboard Shortcuts)
Shortkeys (Custom Keyboard Shortcuts) is a Chrome extension developed by Mike Crittenden.
According to the data from Chrome web store, current version of Shortkeys (Custom Keyboard Shortcuts) is 4.0.3, updated on 2021-08-02.
100,000+ users have installed this extension. 657 users have rated this extension with an average rating of .
Custom keyboard shortcuts for your browser
***NOTE: YOU HAVE TO REFRESH YOUR TABS AFTER ADDING SHORTCUTS***
The following actions are supported, and more are being added on a regular basis.
- Run custom JS
- Do nothing (for disabling a Chrome shortcut you don't like)
- Open a bookmark or bookmarklet (in current or new tab)
- Scroll up/down/left/right by a little or a lot
- Scroll to the top or bottom of the page
- Go back or forward in history
- Jump to an open tab by URL
- Open new tab with URL
- Switch to the previous/next/first/last tab
- Create a new tab or close the current tab
- Clone the current tab
- Close the current window
- Close all (unpinned) tabs except for current tab
- Reopen the last closed tab
- Reload the page
- Copy the current URL
- Pin/Unpin the current tab
- View source
- Move the current tab left or right
- Zoom in/out/reset
- Blacklist or whitelist specific shortcuts on specific sites
- Clear downloads (page and bar)
- Click button and switch to next tab (for Tribal Wars players)
It's has options for enabling or disabling key combos while you're currently focused on a form field, so you can have keyboard shortcuts like "r" or "shift+h" and still be able to type those values into a form without triggering the shortcut if you want.
You can also blacklist or whitelist sites per-shortcut, to pick and choose which shortcuts you don't want active on which sites.
Shortkeys lets you use pretty much any key combo you want. Key combos are zero or more modifier keys (including ⇑, shift, option, ⌥, alt, ctrl, control, command, and ⌘), and one action key (letter, number, punctuation, or special key shown below), combined with + signs.
Examples: "shift+r", "k", "ctrl+alt+f7", "command+pageup", etc.
You can also string multiple key combos together to make key sequences (like how Gmail has "g i" to go to inbox). Examples: "g g" or "ctrl+t shift+f7".
Special action keys that can be used include backspace, tab, clear, enter, return, esc, escape, space, up, down, left, right, home, end, pageup, pagedown, del, delete and f1 through f19.
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I've tried to bind Mouse 4 and Mouse 5 for next / prev page, it didn't work for me.
Nicolas von Rosen
Can someone explain to me how I can remove the ⌘+1,2,3,4,5... keyboard shortcuts on Mac? I tried using ⌘+1 and command+1 and then behaviour do nothing, but unfortunately they still work
April 25th 2021:
very useful extension❤️