Tab candy should have keyboard shortcuts like this:
1: [ALT]+[~] = Open tab candy
2: [CTRL]+[1 or 2 ... or 9 ] = Go to tab 1 or 2 ... or 9 in current tab group
3: [CTRL]+ = Show input window and go to tab in current group, that you type. It can be even tab nr. 299. in current group.
4: [Shift]+[~] = Next tab group
5: [CTRL]+[~] = Previous tab group
6 [CTRL]+[Shift] = New tab group
6: [CTRL]+[Shift]+[1 or 2 ... or 9 ] = Go to group 1 or 2 ... or 9.
7: [CTRL]+[Shift]+ = Show input window and go to group that you type in.
8: [CTRL]+[Shift]+[ALT]+[1 - 9] = Move curent tab to group 1 -9
9: [CTRL]+[ALT]+[1 - 9] = Save and close group 1 - 9
And more like this...
Every shortcut should be customizable with option to even disable it.
The lack of keyboard shortcuts is what makes me resist changing to tab candy, as I am mostly using a laptop and avoid using the touchpad as much as possible. However there are issues with some of the possible shortcuts listed, as [CTRL]+[Shift] is the default keyboard shortcut to change system language or keyboard layout in Windows. Customisable shortcuts like in several linux distributions would be best.
John Madrigal commented
This is exactly what I need. Lol, I just made a post on exactly this. I really like your idea's for some of these shortcuts.
the FoxTab add-on has a keyboard shortcut I love: [left click] + [right click], it's just so easy to open it!!!! TabCandy sould have it
Aki Sasaki commented
Searched for this b/c I'm missing the cmd-E shortcut that used to exist in the addon... I'd like that back, at the very least. More advanced+customizable keyboard shortcuts would be even better.
Ole Bakstad commented
This is essential if I'm ever going to use something likke Tab Candy. But like @Name said, needs to be customizable.
I agree, but it needs to be customizable.