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How can I change default keybindings on Firefox browser for Mac to use windows keybindings?
I'm using 78.0.2 (64-bit) Firefox on Mac OS and using a windows keyboard. Since most commands use cmd key and not ctrl key, it's a bit awkward on my current keyboard. Also, my mouse buttons which are programmed to go back don't work in Firefox. They work in chrome. Where do I access keybinding settings and how can I modify them? Thanks.
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follow the given steps:
Step 1: Install the Firefox extension called Customizable Shortcuts from Mozilla.
Step 2: Click on the orange Firefox button, then Options.
Step 3: Click on the last tab called Shortcuts. Firefox options shortcuts
Step 4: Double-click on the shortcut you want to customize, then type in the key combination you prefer to use. Customize Firefox shortcut Screenshot by Ed Rhee
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