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Keyboard Shortcuts - Firefox 9 for Linux

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Keyboard Shortcuts - Firefox 9 for Linux

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Below is a list of keyboard shortcuts that can be used in Firefox 9 for Linux. These shortcuts can perform a wide array of functions, ranging from quickly opening new tabs to viewing a page's source code.

  • ALT + HOME: Load the Home page.

  • F5 or CTRL + R: Reload the current page.

  • CTRL + F5 or CTRL + SHIFT + R: Reload the current page, overriding the cache.

  • ESC: Stop loading the current page.

  • CTRL + O: Launch the Open File dialog.

  • ALT + LEFT ARROW: Load the previous page in your browsing history.

  • ALT + RIGHT ARROW: Load the next page in your browsing history.

  • CTRL + C: Copy the selected text or image(s) to the clipboard.

  • CTRL + V: Paste the contents of the clipboard.

  • CTRL + X: Cut the selected text or image(s) to the clipboard.

  • CTRL + A or ALT + A: Select all.

  • CTRL + Z: Undo the latest action.

  • CTRL + Y: Redo the latest action.

  • CTRL + P: Print the current page.

  • CTRL + (PLUS SIGN): Zoom in on the current page.

  • CTRL + (MINUS SIGN): Zoom out on the current page.

  • CTRL + 0 (ZERO): Reset zoom to the default state.

  • CTRL + S: Open the Save As dialog for the current page.

  • CTRL + F: Find user-specified text in the current page.

  • CTRL + K: Move the active cursor to Firefox's Search Bar.

  • CTRL + H: Opens Firefox's History sidebar.

  • CTRL + D: Bookmark the current page.

  • CTRL + B: Open the Bookmarks sidebar.

  • CTRL + T: Open a new tab.

  • CTRL + N: Open a new window.

  • CTRL + TAB or CTRL + PAGE DOWN: Advance to the next tab.

  • CTRL + SHIFT + TAB or CTRL + PAGE UP: Advance to the previous tab.

  • CTRL + SHIFT + T: Undo the most recent 'close tab' command.

  • CTRL + W or CTRL + F4: Close the current tab.

  • CTRL + SHIFT + W or ALT + F4: Close the current window.

  • F7: Activate Caret Browsing.

  • F11: Turn Full Screen mode off and on.

  • CTRL + SHIFT + Y: Open the Downloads window.

  • CTRL + U: View the current page's source code.

  • CTRL + SHIFT + DELETE: Clear recent browsing history and other private data.

  • CTRL + SHIFT + P: Turn Private Browsing mode off and on.

  • CTRL + SHIFT + J: Open the Error Console.

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