QuickSubmit for Chrome, Redux

Quick, if you had to pick one thing Internet Explorer has that Chrome doesn’t, what would it be?1 For us, it has been a dearth of common navigation shortcuts that can make life filling forms online much less painful. IE users have long been spoiled by the alt+shift+s keyboard combination to submit the currently active form – a luxury Chrome users have long had to live without.

What started off five years ago as a simple question on StackExchange has officially (and finally) graduated to a full-fledged, jQuery-free extension. All you have to do is follow the link below to the Chrome web store and proceed to install the extension:

Download QuickSubmit for Chrome

Enjoy your newly-found, form-filling, keyboard-friendly bliss! Once you’ve installed the extension, come back here and fill out the form in the sidebar to the right to simultaneously sign up for awesome updates and cool utilities by email and practice your newfound ninja alt+shift+s skills!

  1. I’m truly, genuinely sorry if you voted “better battery life” and I wish I had better news for you, but alas… 

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