Google Chrome has a keyboard shortcut that I really like,
command + shift + B. It hides and shows the bookmarks toolbar so I can use a new tab extension without worrying where my bookmarks are going to be when I need them.
I want some equivalent in Firefox, but the keyboard shortcuts menu in System Preferences>Keyboard>Shortcuts doesn't work because there are two exact instances of
Bookmarks Toolbar in the Firefox menu bar: one under
View>Toolbars>Bookmarks Toolbar and another one under
Even though the one under
Bookmarks>Bookmarks Toolbar isn't a selection, the custom command only begins to work when I go into File>View>Bookmarks Toolbar and select the option I'm trying to get a shortcut for in the first place.
I found an inkling on this thread about renaming the file from the
mainmenu.nib file, but the idea about doing that for Firefox was shot down in the same line it was suggested:
some apps, like Firefox, won't have one at all.
...And so now I'm here, looking for some help. Does anyone know if Firefox has a
.nib file equivalent for its' menu bar? Is there somewhere I could go in
Someone out there has the magic solution that I'm overlooking. I just need help finding it.