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Is there a way to hotkey config preferences?

Hiya, So I have an option in the about:config preferences that I have to toggle every so often. (if you're really interested, I have items that I need to print a few hu… (funda kabanzi)

Hiya,

So I have an option in the about:config preferences that I have to toggle every so often. (if you're really interested, I have items that I need to print a few hundred times in the same manner, so I disable print.always_print_silent so I don't have to deal with the pop up and can print directly by pressing ctrl+p. small time gain, but every little bit helps.

However, I need to change every so often if I want to print something else and it can be quite tedious to navigate through all the menu's. First world problem really. But I was wondering, is there a way to hotkey toggling preferences? or adding a toggle? it's probably relatively easy to create a extension with a button and a simple script, but was wondering if anyone knew of a direct way. thanks!

Asked by ben_trout_42 6 ezinsukwini ezidlule

when on firefox using OUSU mychart / Portland OR. I can't access my medication info, but when using another browser like wave the medication file come through fine? What can I do to fix my firefox browser?

when on firefox using OUSU mychart / Portland OR. I can't access my medication info, but when using another browser like wave the medication file come through fine? What … (funda kabanzi)

when on firefox using OUSU mychart / Portland OR. I can't access my medication info, but when using another browser like wave the medication file come through fine? What can I do to fix my firefox browser?

Asked by Blueblitz@aol.com 2 ezinsukwini ezidlule

A reason I can't stop FF from trying to populate my home page shortcuts?

I can control the number of rows. I can control whether to accept sponsored shortcuts. (I have chosen *not to.) I can control whether I want 1 or more rows to reflect rec… (funda kabanzi)

I can control the number of rows. I can control whether to accept sponsored shortcuts. (I have chosen *not to.) I can control whether I want 1 or more rows to reflect recent activity. (I have chosen *not to.)

Yet until I pin my own preference to *every shortcut, it seems I cannot stop FF from putting "suggestions" in the empty slots, based on nothing but a single web visit.

This is annoying.

Moreover, if I visit several different pages connected to the same site, FF will put them all into shortcuts, with the same icons.

This is possibly even more annoying.

I am coming from Brave. They don't do things like that, although there is obviously a reason I'm giving FF a look.

But I would recommend, heartily, a home page shortcut box in settings that one could click (and actually *mean* something), like: "Don't ever suggest or fill in any shortcuts for any reason. I will handle it, and I don't like correcting your mistaken ideas."

Asked by Yuki 1 usuku oludlule