AySites uses "assumed focus." This means that you can simply start typing to indicate a command.
Type the title or URL of a site and all sites that match will show up on the list. Sites that do not match will be hidden. This happens as you type.
You can press Enter to visit the first site on the list, or any number key to visit the Nth site. Shift+Number visits the Nth site plus 10 (11th to 20th site).
If you want to search for a site with a number in the title or url, type / first. Then, the interactive search will let you type numbers.
All keyboard commands start with the meta key ;. Type ; to start any command. When you want to execute a command, hit Enter
Most commands have the same name as the corresponding button or URL, and also a shortcut. For example,
;exit has the same effect as clicking
You may want or need to specify arguments with commands. Do this simply by putting a space between the command and
each argument. ;addSpacehttp://aysites.comEnter will add
to your list of sites.
It's up to you to work with your friends and discover all of the possible AySites commands. Below is a list of common commands. Remember that they all start with ; and end with Enter. Most also have shortcuts (often a misspelling or the first letter only). You can also cancel a command without running it by hitting Esc.
bran: Opens a branch with the name of the second argument in a new tab.
site: Opens the site of the corresponding number in a new tab.
sb: Same as
site, but new tab does not steal focus.
command: Runs the corresponding command in a new window (user/branch stays the same).