- NextPlease! 0.8.2 has been released.
- NextPlease! 0.7.0 has been released.
- NextPlease! 0.6.6 has been released.
Does it frustrate you having to scroll to the bottom of a search results page to hit that link for the next results?
What about using your notebook's touchpad to navigate to that tiny number link to get to page 27 of 42?
Are you just plain lazy?
Well, then NextPlease! may be just what you need.
NextPlease! is a Firefox extension that allows you to assign keyboard shortcuts to jump to next and previous links on search results pages, like Google, Yahoo, Ebay, Amazon, and many other sites.
So install it, and let me know what you think.
- Highly customizable key bindings.
- Works on sites that use image buttons for their next/previous/first/last links. (Note: Currently only Amazon is supported by default. Right-click on the image and select "Use image for Next/Prev,Please" to add support for other sites that use image links)
- Works on sites that use submit buttons for their navigation links. (Note: This option is disabled by default).
- Automatically works on sites that have a structure like: 1 2 3 4 ...
- Teachable using phrases, image URLs, and pattern matches.
- Support for non-English sites.
- Alt+1/2/3 shortcuts for jumping directly to a numbered link.
- Callable from Optimoz Mouse Gestures and All-in-One Gestures.
- Support for Opera-like "Forward History or Next Link" behavior.