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How to make Firefox refresh to the top of the page

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Whenever I use F5 for Firefox to refresh, it brings me to back where I left off on the page (I'm not sure if this is default or something. I can't remember if Chrome had this function). It sort of bothers me since I browse forums and prefer to be sent back to the top, rather than staying down at the bottom and scrolling up. To sum it up, is this a default on Firefox? Is there a way to change this?

Whenever I use F5 for Firefox to refresh, it brings me to back where I left off on the page (I'm not sure if this is default or something. I can't remember if Chrome had this function). It sort of bothers me since I browse forums and prefer to be sent back to the top, rather than staying down at the bottom and scrolling up. To sum it up, is this a default on Firefox? Is there a way to change this?

被選擇的解決方法

Hello chocosword, use Reload(override cache) : Ctrl + F5


thank you

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選擇的解決方法

Hello chocosword, use Reload(override cache) : Ctrl + F5


thank you

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Is there a way to make this default or no? Lastly, I was wondering if Chrome and FF always had it like that?

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see if helps : Key Config extension: http://mozilla.dorando.at/readme.html

also : Customizable Shortcuts add-on

chocosword said: I was wondering if Chrome and FF always had it like that?

to be honest, i don't remember.


thanks again