Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 29th Apr 2014 15:04 UTC
Mozilla & Gecko clones

Firefox 29 has been released, and the most prominent new feature is an entirely new user interface. It's smoother and less angular, and has clearly been designed to somewhat resemble Google Chrome. Hence, I personally think it's a major step forward - except for Firefox' version of the Chrome menu, which uses a grid of icons instead of a list (?!) - but I'm nearly 100% convinced many Firefox users will not like it. It's change, after all.

Luckily, Firefox is customisable to the point of insanity, so I'm pretty sure you can revert to the old look with the right themes and extensions.

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RE: Firefox not so customizable
by hobgoblin on Tue 29th Apr 2014 15:53 UTC in reply to "Firefox not so customizable"
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And yet i could never create a keybind that allowed me to jump directly between tabs like i can with ctrl(windows)/alt(linux)+1-0 on Firefox.

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Invincible Cow Member since:

Go into Preferences -> Advanced -> Shortcuts and check [X] Enable single-key shortcuts.

You can now select the tabs by pressing the numbers 1 to 9.

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hobgoblin Member since:

I see that i can jump back and forth by using 1 and 2, but that is not quite what i was talking about.

What i mean is that in Firefox i can go to tab 1 by hitting alt+1, tab 2 by hitting alt+2 and so on. Meaning that i can just directly between any of the 10 first tabs i have open.

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