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In Firefox (mostly for Windows), I know I can press Ctrl+1-9 to change to a certain tab. I have 10 "app tabs" opened at any given time, on top of my other tabs. Is there a way to use the keyboard to navigate with the Ctrl+number shortcut, but not have it include App Tabs?

Yes, I know about Ctrl+PgUp/Down/TAB, but that will take too long sometimes.

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What do you mean by "app tab?" – Daniel Que Mar 15 '14 at 23:53
App tab is how I can have web apps open everytime I open Firefox – Canadian Luke Mar 16 '14 at 0:38
I don't understand what you mean by "how I can have web apps open." – Daniel Que Mar 16 '14 at 6:13
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See this addon(Numberedtabs) work for you.

Displays the number of the tab in the title of the tab. Now you can switch tabs quickly in firefox with Ctrl-[1-8] or Cmd-[1-8].


Use the AppTabs Plus addon.

Check the option Exclude from tab-switching.

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