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Is it possible to create a shortcut to the notification manager?

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Hi, When you click "settings" in notifications, in the privacy and security settings, a new window opens instead of a tab, so this setting has no URL of its own. In Chromium-based browsers they have the URL "*browser name*://settings/content/notifications", so I could add this URL to bookmarks and access it quickly. Is there any way to do something similar in Firefox? Thanks

Hi, When you click "settings" in notifications, in the privacy and security settings, a new window opens instead of a tab, so this setting has no URL of its own. In Chromium-based browsers they have the URL "*browser name*://settings/content/notifications", so I could add this URL to bookmarks and access it quickly. Is there any way to do something similar in Firefox? Thanks

Isisombululo esikhethiwe

No, that isn't possible. All those settings windows use the same template as you can see in the Inspector and this dialog needs to be initialized via JavaScript. Using the chrome URI only gives you an empty template.

  • chrome://browser/content/preferences/dialogs/sitePermissions.xhtml
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Isisombululo Esikhethiwe

No, that isn't possible. All those settings windows use the same template as you can see in the Inspector and this dialog needs to be initialized via JavaScript. Using the chrome URI only gives you an empty template.

  • chrome://browser/content/preferences/dialogs/sitePermissions.xhtml
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cor-el dijo

No, that isn't possible. All those settings windows use the same template as you can see in the Inspector and this dialog needs to be initialized via JavaScript. Using the chrome URI only gives you an empty template.
  • chrome://browser/content/preferences/dialogs/sitePermissions.xhtml

Oh... Thanks for the answer