[Dclug] [Ma-linux] Configuring Firefox
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Tue Aug 5 12:44:04 EDT 2008
On Tue, Aug 5, 2008 at 4:44 PM, Derek Thurston <derek at sikesscience.com> wrote:
> --- Alan McConnell <alan at patriot.net> wrote:
>> Assembled Wisdom!
>> I often have need to insert something into the
>> "browser slit" at the
>> top of Firefox. At present, I have to put the mouse
>> at that slit,
>> do a quick double-click, then the complete contents
>> gets highlighted
>> and I can press the Delete(Backspace) key. _Then_ I
>> have to go back
>> to the URL I want to insert, capture it, and then go
>> back to the
>> browser window and to the slit.
>> I think it would be great if I could configure
>> Firefox so that the
>> slit(I know there's a better name, I can't recall
>> it) would be
>> cleared at, say, the press of the F12 key. Does
>> anyone know if
>> this can be done? (and if so, how?<G>)
>> TIA for assistance.
> Copy the URL you want. Hit CTRL-T for a new tab. Hit
> CTRL-V to paste it in. (the prompt is in the address
> bar when you hit CTRL-T)
Or just hit Ctrl+L to go to the address bar and select all in one motion.
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