Firefox doesn't focus on the Awesomebar when creating a new tab automatically (similar to what Google Chrome does), or at least, my installation doesn't.
Does anyone know of anyone a way of doing this?
EDIT: I might have been vague above so here goes: When I open a new tab, Google Chrome autofocuses the typing cursor on the omnibar, so I can start typing site/search straight away.
With Firefox this doesn't happen. If I set the homepage to blank page, and create a new tab, nothing is focused by the typing cursor, if I have anything else as the homepage, it focuses on different elements on the website (depending on the website of course).
I want to replicate something similar like Google Chrome, i.e. if I open a new tab/window, the cursor is placed in the Awesomebar so that I can start typing straight away.
At the moment I have to press Ctrl + L/Alt + D or click on the awesomebar before I can start typing.