Keyboard Shortcuts for Linux version

Support and discussions for the x86/x64 Linux version of Pale Moon.

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Andys

Keyboard Shortcuts for Linux version

Post by Andys » 2015-11-26, 06:19

Maybe I am breaking some kind of taboo since I didn't find any mention of this problem in this forum section.
So, I wanted to switch from Windows to Linux. All fine and dandy, found alternatives for almost all programs (except msoffice), and then bumped into this...
Why the hell are keyboard shortcuts so different from Windows version?
I am so used to Ctrl+J opening downloads window and a few others hotkeys. I must be a pianist to press Ctrl+Shift+Y on a regular basis...

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Re: Keyboard Shortcuts for Linux version

Post by troypulk » 2015-11-26, 15:05

It depends on the Linux version you're using.

But you should be able to configure your keyboard short cuts to what ever you want.

Also, an alternative to msoffice would be LibreOffice.
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Re: Keyboard Shortcuts for Linux version

Post by Jazoray » 2015-11-26, 16:16

troypulk wrote:It depends on the Linux version you're using.
But you should be able to configure your keyboard short cuts to what ever you want.
Shortcuts for Pale Moon are handled by pale moon, and not some part of the OS


Use this to customize your keyboard shortcuts in most firefox-based browsers:

http://mozilla.dorando.at/keyconfig.xpi

Andys

Re: Keyboard Shortcuts for Linux version

Post by Andys » 2015-12-01, 08:14

Thanks.
Sorry, I wasn't perfect clear that I meant PaleMoon's keyboard shortcuts. Thought it implied 'by default' since this is palemoon's forum.

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