Keybindings

Browsh attempts, where ever possible, to retain the conventional keybindings you would usually associate with a desktop browser. Even so, for clarity here are all the keybindings.

General

Note that OSX users need to use the ⌘/Command key instead of CTRL.

F1 Opens the documentation
ARROW KEYS, PGUP, PGDN Scrolling
CTRL+q Exit app
CTRL+l Focus the URL bar
BACKSPACE Go back in history
CTRL+r Reload page
CTRL+t New tab
CTRL+w Close tab
CTRL+TAB Cycle to next tab

Miscellaneous

ALT+SHIFT+p Takes a screenshot. The status bar will display the saved path
ALT+m Toggles monochrome mode. Useful for overcoming rendering problems on older terminals.
ALT+u Toggles the user agent between a desktop and a mobile device. Useful for smaller terminals that want to use a more suitable layout.