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CTRL+Q Does respect browser.WarnOnQuit
I hate pressing CTRL+Q accidentally, and looking at the forums someone suggested to set the variable browser.warnOnQuit to true, I have it already in true, but pressing CTRL+Q closes firefox without warning.
I'm using firefox 31.0 for Ubuntu Cannonical (the one that ships in Ubuntu GNOME 14.04)
What should I do to disable CTRL+Q ? It should respect my browsers' setting of warning on quit, right?
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You can look at this extension:
- Disable Ctrl-Q Shortcut: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/disable-ctrl-q-shortcut/
Hi! Thanks for your answer :)
I'm aware of the extension, but what I am complaining about is the flag not being respected. It is cool that there's a solution using an extension, but that shouldn't be necessary.
Should I report a bug?