Control the mouse with the keyboard, on Windows.
keynavish works on Windows XP and later, but only versions of Windows that still receive support from Microsoft (currently 8.1 and 10) are officially supported.
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You can 'install' keynavish by downloading the latest
executable, running it, and selecting
Launch keynavish on startup from
the notification icon context menu.
Configuration format: keynav documentation
On startup, keynavish loads a set of default keybindings , and then tries to load the following configuration files:
<executable path>/keynavrc(for portability)
~) in paths are expanded to the value of
%HOME% if it's set,
with fallback to
Install dub and run
For development, using VisualD with the supplied solution file is recommended.
If you'd like to contribute, thank you! Please feel free to make a pull request (or open an issue), but make sure that your contribution does not break compatibility with keynav. In particular, any changes to the configuration format that are not compatible with keynav will generally be rejected.
keynavish is licensed under the GNU GPLv2.
For commercial licensing or support, please contact me.