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How can I change default keybindings on Firefox browser for Mac to use windows keybindings?

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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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hello

abhishekshah3...........

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

That's it. Now you can use that you might actually remember. For a complete list of Firefox keyboard shortcuts , visit Mozilla.com.

tell me its helps then mark solution.

thank you!

arman

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