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cmd+1 with CZ key layout zooms instead of switching to 1st tab

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cmd+numbers on alphanumeric keys should switch to respective tab (cmd+1 to 1st tab, cmd+5 to fifth...). With CZ keyboard layout on MacOS, cmd+1 does NOT switch to first tab, it Zooms In instead. No other browser (Edge, Safari, Opera, Orion) exhibits this behaviour. Other numbers work as expected.

FF 98.0.2 on Monterey 12.2.1.

How do I fix this? Thanks.

cmd+numbers on alphanumeric keys should switch to respective tab (cmd+1 to 1st tab, cmd+5 to fifth...). '''With CZ keyboard layout on MacOS, cmd+1 does NOT switch to first tab, it Zooms In instead.''' No other browser (Edge, Safari, Opera, Orion) exhibits this behaviour. Other numbers work as expected. FF 98.0.2 on Monterey 12.2.1. How do I fix this? Thanks.

Modified by jfiala

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Thanks, sad to see this is still not solved after three years. It practically prevents me from using FF full time as I have Gmail in first pinned tab.

Tried to add custom keyboard shortcut in System Settings/Keyboard/Shortcuts, but that's completely ignored (not an user error, the new shortcut does appear in Firefox but is ignored).

Modified by jfiala

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Add your voice to it and push!  :^))

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