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Control + Shift + P doesn't work

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This command doesn't work, and I've seen others with the same issue and no one ever gave a response on how to fix it.

I'm assuming the same thing will happen here, but I just started using Fire Fox and really hope someone can give some resolve.

I tried running with no extensions too, it still didn't work.

Microsoft Edge Control + Shift + N works

Chrome Shift + N works

I tried this solution "Start Firefox in Safe Mode to check if one of the extensions ("3-bar" menu button or Tools -> Add-ons -> Extensions) or if hardware acceleration is is causing the problem. " It didn't work.

Please could someone help me. Firefox has been my favorite go to browser, but now I am forced to look for alternatives.

This command doesn't work, and I've seen others with the same issue and no one ever gave a response on how to fix it. I'm assuming the same thing will happen here, but I just started using Fire Fox and really hope someone can give some resolve. I tried running with no extensions too, it still didn't work. Microsoft Edge Control + Shift + N works Chrome Shift + N works I tried this solution "Start Firefox in Safe Mode to check if one of the extensions ("3-bar" menu button or Tools -> Add-ons -> Extensions) or if hardware acceleration is is causing the problem. " It didn't work. Please could someone help me. Firefox has been my favorite go to browser, but now I am forced to look for alternatives.
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rlpzboss02 said

But it doesn't work in troubleshoot mode, it worked in safe mode. I tried troubleshoot mode and it didn't work.

Firefox's Safe Mode was renamed to Troubleshoot Mode, so we see both names here, but since you mentioned rebooting, I guess you mean Windows Safe Mode.

Starting Windows in its Safe Mode (with Networking, presumably) prevents certain default programs from starting normally. So you could look at your startup programs to see whether any might be creating a system level intercept for Ctrl+Shift+P. Microsoft has a utility that -- despite information overload -- is pretty helpful for this:

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/downloads/autoruns

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