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Hello! I've remapped CapsLock to Backspace key and i've a small bug in Firefox:when i press and hold the capslock, it deletes only first symbol and stops.
I use Fedora and in any other apps this remap works properly. I've tried to reinstall the Firefox and this didn't help.
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Keyboard mapping has alot of pitfalls as not every software will use the same settings you choose.
And, how can i , for example, see which keys mozilla use?
Upon rereading I think that the issue is that Caps Lock doesn't work with auto-repeat and that you have to press Caps Lock multiple times for removing more than one character. I don't think that anyone at this forum has an answer, so maybe try the support forum of your Linux distribution.
You can set this pref to 2 on the about:config page to disable the backspace action in Firefox to prevent Firefox from going back in the Tab history.
- browser.backspace_action = 2
You can open the about:config page via the location/address bar. You can accept the warning and click "I accept the risk!" to continue.
Modified by cor-el