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Where the ⌘-H (Command-H) disapeared from the Firefox menu on OSX?

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Dear, i can't anymore find the Command-H keystroke to hide Firefox on OSX. In Firefox menu only the quit command left. Is there any way to fix it?

Bests, Daniel o

Dear, i can't anymore find the Command-H keystroke to hide Firefox on OSX. In Firefox menu only the quit command left. Is there any way to fix it? Bests, Daniel o

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That shortcut command is controlled by the operating system. There is also an open bug that goes over the technical details. It looks lilke it affects mac osx for 10.

Ref: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=777825 I currently do not have an eta on this bug.

Either a work around to disable the shortcut in the operating system or updating the operating system. These are not the best.

There are also add ons like macros that allow you to make your own shortcuts in Firefox. It can be searched for in the addons.mozilla.org site as well.

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Chosen Solution

That shortcut command is controlled by the operating system. There is also an open bug that goes over the technical details. It looks lilke it affects mac osx for 10.

Ref: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=777825 I currently do not have an eta on this bug.

Either a work around to disable the shortcut in the operating system or updating the operating system. These are not the best.

There are also add ons like macros that allow you to make your own shortcuts in Firefox. It can be searched for in the addons.mozilla.org site as well.

That shortcut command is controlled by the operating system. There is also an open bug that goes over the technical details. It looks lilke it affects mac osx for 10. Ref: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=777825 I currently do not have an eta on this bug. Either a work around to disable the shortcut in the operating system or updating the operating system. These are not the best. There are also add ons like macros that allow you to make your own shortcuts in Firefox. It can be searched for in the addons.mozilla.org site as well.