Anyone know any for Safari or IE?
While using the escape key to 'escape' a 'wiggle' makes sense, setting it to backspace makes it easier to access and also makes sense, or allowing users to configure which key to exit a 'wiggle'.
Thanks, I like this.
I actually think a better effect would be oscillating between growing and shrinking. Might not look right with links embedded in a paragraph, though.
I played with growing and shrinking, but it looks bad because the text loses resolution as it becomes bigger (at least using CSS3 transforms).
Plus, DeadMouse usually finds the link within the first two characters, so it's not any more typing than Vimium.
And yeah, that totally makes sense. It seems snappier than vimium in a totally unscientific test as well.
But let's face it, if web devs were conscious about keyboard usability we'd at least see tabindex html property used sometimes, and it's been around for a while.