I notice that it is often disruptive for me, to leave the "typewriter" section of my computer keyboard to jump to the arrow keys, e. g. for
- navigation up/down in a list or dropdown menu (e. g. when opening a new tab in Firefox, typing a part of the URL and then wanting to go down to the correct completion from my bookmarks)
- scrolling up/down on a webpage
From text editors like
vi I learned the concept, that it is very efficient if shortcuts for navigation are also integrated in the "normal" A-Z key block.
Is there a similar concept for
MS Windows already available?
The keys used in Emacs for example for navigating up/down in a text
Ctrl-n unfortunately do collide with common Windows shortcuts for printing and creating a new document/browser window, etc.