How set up a function key (i.e., alt-F1) to navigate to a specific url? Like I do in Safari.
In Safari, I hit command-(digit) (for example, command-1) and navigate to the URL associated with that key (the first one in my bookmarks bar). And so on through F10. How can I set this up in Firefox? I am using Windows 8. Are there some keys that are available for this, such as alt, or ctrl, or shift, plus a function key, or numeric key?
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You can set up a keyword for a bookmark and use that to go to that bookmark. If I set up "mfa" as the keyword for the mozilla firefox addons site, typing mfa in the address bar would make Firefox navigate there.
You can use the keyconfig extension to launch a bookmark via a keyword.
I use PrefBar to do this.