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How can i turn off cmd + , opening Firefox preferences?

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I have to write out formulas in Google Docs, I did so last year as well and I have never had any issues. Now, every time I give the command [cmd] + [,] (which is the appropriate command in Docs) for subscript, it opens Firefox settings. This is driving me insane, the manual way of doing this requires a lot of clicking, and I need subscript every other letter almost. I have tried to figure it out with other posts but I am not a hero in using the config thing that people in other posts refer to. Hope you can help.

I have to write out formulas in Google Docs, I did so last year as well and I have never had any issues. Now, every time I give the command [cmd] + [,] (which is the appropriate command in Docs) for subscript, it opens Firefox settings. This is driving me insane, the manual way of doing this requires a lot of clicking, and I need subscript every other letter almost. I have tried to figure it out with other posts but I am not a hero in using the config thing that people in other posts refer to. Hope you can help.
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FredMcD
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One thing you could do it to do all the work in a text editor, and then copy it to the browser.

One thing you could do it to do all the work in a text editor, and then copy it to the browser.
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