I am seriously considering going mouse free. Anyone managed to do this with success?
Watched it, looks great how did you manage to get that overlay with the yellow boxes?
In the settings of the Vimac app you can set a shortcut to access the yellow text shortcuts as well as to scroll.
You are kiddin!!! how could i miss this app??? thanks! downloading.
I also came across this app by chance @Tom_Bjornebark.
So have fun with it
I love the concept of Vimac, but how do I choose what yellow field to select when multiple popup?
What do you mean @Tom_Bjornebark with multiple popup? Maybe the menu selection at Apps, as well as at the Finder - File and then this popup?
Ok, danke für die Erklärung @Tom_Bjornebark.
I use a 27-inch iMac as well as a 15-inch MacBook Pro, and it looks the same on a full screen display:
Did you open Safari in a minimized window? Then there may be problems with the display.
It’s not that i get multiple labels. The flow is more like:
- Bring up the labels
- Type the label i want to use, for example “TD”
- I now get three labels of “TD” presented on the screen so how do i select the one i want of them?
Since I can’t reproduce the problem with me, please ask the developer of the app.
You can find a contact button at the bottom of the website https://vimacapp.com
Watched your movie I think you got the same problem. I think you solved it that is whats so frustrating When you select “AFK” i can see multiple lables for afs popping up in your movie, how did you select the one on reply?
Talked to the developer now on twitter, It’s a bug.
Thank you for the information. Then I hope for a quick update to fix the bug.
Oh boy. I hope he soon releases a version running on Catalina. I’d really like this
Yep its the missing link to get rid of the mouse as far as i can tell.
For anyone on Safari, I can recommend the extension Keys: works really well.
Chrome users might find https://vimium.github.io interesting, which works really good, too.
Cool thank! I will check it out!
Another longtime favorite of mine is Shortcat, which lets you type a few letters to highlight buttons and other clickable text so it can be activated from the keyboard.