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How to edit the shortcut to change tabs.

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I am changing from Safari to Firefox, and I am used to the shortcut of (apple)+(shift)+(right) to change tabs. I was looking for a way to change the default shortcut of (ctrl)+(tab) in firefox to the apple behavior. Is there an easy addon/change so I can customize this behavior? Or will I have to look into writing/changing the basic code within firefox? If so, can anybody provide tips on how to do so?


thanks,

Kevin.

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Thanks for pointing that out, Keyconfig worked perfectly.

For documentation, this is what I used:

Name: Next Tab

Code: gBrowser.mTabContainer.advanceSelectedTab(1, true);

Mapped to Apple+Shift+Right

I also did the same for Previous Tab as well

Name: Next Tab

Code: gBrowser.mTabContainer.advanceSelectedTab(-1, true);

Mapped to Apple+Shift+Left

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You might take a look at the Keyconfig extension to see whether it allows that: http://kb.mozillazine.org/Keyconfig_extension

If not, it is possible to dig into Firefox to hack this kind of setting, but such changes probably will not survive the next update. This thread discusses how you would do it: Making the Home/End keys work on Mac like they do on Windows/Linux.

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Thanks for pointing that out, Keyconfig worked perfectly.

For documentation, this is what I used:

Name: Next Tab

Code: gBrowser.mTabContainer.advanceSelectedTab(1, true);

Mapped to Apple+Shift+Right

I also did the same for Previous Tab as well

Name: Next Tab

Code: gBrowser.mTabContainer.advanceSelectedTab(-1, true);

Mapped to Apple+Shift+Left

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