How To Change Backspace Button Response On Firefox
Using backspace button to go back on previous can be pretty useful during hardcore browsing, but when you’re filling some important forms on secure HTTPS session one wrong tap can get you in big trouble.
You’ll have to type everything all over again as session get closed when you go back. Well there is a solution for that, Firefox allow users to change or define how Firefox should response to Backspace key action.
Here’s how you can do it:
Step 1: Open a new window or tab and enter
about:config on Address bar to access Firefox advanced settings:
Step 2: Type “backspace” on the “filter” box
Step 3: Double click “browser.backspace_action” to change default value 0 (go back previous page) to 1 (identical to pressing Page Up key, i.e. to move page up), as shown in the screenshot.
No more going back by tapping backspace key.