SHORTCUT CHANGE in Word Processing websites: change "fn" "cntrl" or "command" + arrows to jump word, not "home"/"end"
How to manually adjust shortcuts in Firefox:
- in web-based Word Processing softwares, GDocs for example, the only shortcut available is to use "fn, ctrl, or command" + a L/R arrow to scroll through a text when writing. The "option(alt) + arrow" scrolls through maximized windows, as it should. WHY HAVE THE SAME FUNCTION SET TO THREE DIFFERENT KEYS? Aren't there multiple keys in order to create subtlety in the keyboard? THERE IS NO WAY TO MANUALLY INPUT SHORTCUTS IN FIREFOX?
There's no way to manually modify text shortcuts in iOS. Unless I'm missing something. So why not in FF?