Here’s another Firefox I discovered the other day. On a MacBook with a multi-touch trackpad, you can use a three finger up/down swipe to move instantly to the top/bottom of a web page. It doesn’t work in Safari, sadly.
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These are very old news (I’m sure), but I’ve just stumbled upon two useful keyboard shortcuts for Firefox. ⌘ + L — jump to and select (ready for overtyping) the contents of the location box. ⌘ + K — jump to and select (ready for overtyping) the contents of the search box. In other words, [...]
I complained at length about keyboard shortcut inconsistencies in Mac OS X the other day — an OS that’s supposedly ultra-consistent — but it appears that the Apple isn’t wholly to blame. I singled out Firefox and NeoOffice as particular offenders (largely because as a new-ish Mac user, they’re the two apps I use the [...]