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In fullscreen mode (fullscreen html5 vnc), ctrl-w/ctrl-t are not picked up by the webpage

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Hi all,

I use Firefox for all my browsing needs, except for fullscreen vnc (via Apache Guacamole). For that I use Chrome, as Chrome sends my ctrl-t to the webpage, and does not try to open a new screen itself.

Can this be done in Firefox? Can Firefox send ctrl-t/ctrl-w/.. events to the webpage instead of handing it itself?

Thanks! Eathan

Hi all, I use Firefox for all my browsing needs, except for fullscreen vnc (via Apache Guacamole). For that I use Chrome, as Chrome sends my ctrl-t to the webpage, and does not try to open a new screen itself. Can this be done in Firefox? Can Firefox send ctrl-t/ctrl-w/.. events to the webpage instead of handing it itself? Thanks! Eathan
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