This is the single biggest issue with Firefox Quantum, preventing many from migrating their principal browser from Firefox 56 to Firefox Quantum. How is it possible that…
This is the single biggest issue with Firefox Quantum, preventing many from migrating their principal browser from Firefox 56 to Firefox Quantum.
How is it possible that after two years such a crucial functionality - UI to assigning custom keyboard shortcuts - is still NOT implemented to Firefox Quantum? With the introduction of Firefox Quantum the Mozilla team ditched thousands of useful extensions - in order to get a clean start. The Mozilla team did this deep cut deliberately. I understand the reasons. However, as a consequence, you than have to build-in such core functionalities to Firefox Quantum.
It is just super odd that a super niche market browser, Vivaldi, delivers this functionality built-in to their browser for years now, and the Mozilla team does not even provide a road map to deliver this core functionality. I am contuniously running 4 Firefoxes in parallel for different tasks, in favor of Safari, in favor of Chrome, I have been patient, understanding that the Mozilla team needs some time to add the core functionalities to Quantum, but I start losing my patience. RELIABLE customizable shortcuts is extremely important for profressional users. Well-meant but unreliable workarounds such as Saka Key do not deliver the reliability needed by professional Firefox users. We, the professional Firefox users are RECOMMENDING Firefox to dozens, hundreds of other users. If this further should be in Mozilla's interest please start acting now. THANKS in advance.