It’s almost impossible to use most modern apps without using a pointing device or sausage, but a new browser out today is focused entirely on surfing the web with keyboard only. Named qutebrowser, it doesn’t just provide a full suite of keyboard shortcuts for the user interface, but generates them on the fly for every link on the page.
qutebrowser is a keyboard-focused browser with a minimal GUI. It’s based on Python and PyQt5 and free software, licensed under the GPL. It was inspired by other browsers/addons like dwb and Vimperator/Pentadactyl.
A version of Yes, an app that says “y” at maximum speed, is built-in to unix-based operating systems. You can test it by firing up a terminal, typing “yes”, and then watching it fill your window; you’d usually pipe it to another app or script. But there’s a problem: it can only generate 51 megabits […]
If you’re one of those people who constantly dips into a text editor to work with snippets of text — notes, lists, quotes, URLs, and so on — you’ll love Tyke. A free app by Andre Torrez, it lives in the MacOS menu bar and replaces those barely-used editor windows cluttering desktop and dock. The […]
Audio plugins are renowned for their insane efforts to mimic real-life hardware UI, right down to 70s’-style dials and warped burl paneling. If they could smell of sweaty pleather, they would. John Lagomarsino takes us through his favorite ones and tries to figure out why on Earth all this is so. Alone, each plugin is […]