Please consider adding support for both custom and standard macOS Keyboard Shortcuts. For reference, "Keyboard Shortcuts" or "App Shortcuts" is a system preference on macOS that allows you to add your own window shortcuts like moving an active window such as Firefox to the left or right of the screen. It is not a static list and may change at anytime. Different apps may have different shortcuts.
At the moment, Firefox seems to be the only mainstream browser that doesn't support this. The only shortcuts in Firefox for Mac is currently hardcoded to "Minimize" and "Zoom" it seems like, which makes it impossible to setup simple keybindings for e.g moving the current active Firefox window to the left or right of your monitor.
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This idea is exactly what I came to post, however I would think your post might not get the attention it deserves due to the title. A better one might be "Support standard macOS Window menu items"
The "window" menu on macOS only proposes "Minimize" and "Zoom".
Every other applications I have much more options to move the window on the left/right side of the screen, move it between displays, etc. This options can be natively bind to shortcuts and become super useful.
It would be so nice to have the same options on Firefox
Le me know if it's a duplicated
I come for that as well. Didn't find your idea in the first place so opened my own https://connect.mozilla.org/t5/ideas/native-macos-window-management/idi-p/7677 😞
Good suggestion, @SlaughterDog!
@wardz updating the title of this post may help it get more attention from other community members...which will nudge it closer to reaching our product teams.
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