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Is there a keyboard shortcut to open first google search result in a new page?
I would like to go to the first result of a google search easily, as I do in Chorme. In Chrome you can click TAB to hi-light the first result's link, then with a click open it. In Firefox, I can't do this, because if I click on TAB it will require me a lots of clicks to reach the first results.
I am using the apostrophe and the keyboard to search within the links of the page.
My goal is to open the first link without moving my hands from the keyboard.
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Hi, you can set Google to always open results in a new page by: Search for anything - to open the results page, then > Options (top right corner) > Search Settings > 'Where results open,' and tick/check 'Open each selected result in a new browser window.'
As for keyboard shortcuts, here is a list - Keyboard shortcuts - Perform common Firefox tasks quickly.
I'm not sure if that's exactly what you want, but hope it will be of some help.
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That is not possible AFAIK. That first result or any other result doesn't have an accesskey.
I apologize in advance if this information from the Windows platform is not applicable to Mac:
If you have not disabled Instant Prediction results... After your results load, when you press the down arrow key on the keyboard, a blue triangle should appear to the left of the first result. You can use the up and down arrow keys to move between results, and open a result by pressing the Enter key.
It doesn't seem to work on page 2 of the results for the search for some reason. However, if I press the Tab key once on that page, then the blue triangle appears and I can use the up and down arrow keys. This inconsistency is strange...
Some users have reported that logging into your Google account disables this feature, but I haven't noticed that myself.
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