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Is there a way to change the key sequence that triggers a forward / back tab navigation in Firefox? I browsed about:config,but couldn't find anything. I'm not a fan of the CTRL + TAB / CTRL + SHIFT + TAB. It is just way to crowded for me. I'd much rather change it to CTRL + { / CTRL + }, like it is on OSX. It feels much more balanced to me.

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You can use the Key Config extension

Alternatively, you can also use Ctrl + Pg Up / Ctrl + Pg Down for navigation.

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Ctrl + Page Up/Down it is! Also, Ctrl + Shift + Page Up/Down lets you rearrange your tabs! :] – Josh Apr 12 '11 at 15:46

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