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Hack Attack: Mouse-less Firefox

Hack Attack: Mouse-less Firefox
Not sure this will work for everyone, but it works for me: Alt Gr + Space will scroll the page down Alt Gr + Backspace will scroll the page up (You need to be outside of a textbox or frame and focused on the page itself, not in a search box or anything). This is is far preferable to using the cursor or tabbing through the page, especially on sites laid out in table or multiple columns. Let everyone know if it works for you too! Flagged

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