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Most shortcuts in other systems also apply: Ctrl + TAB = next tab Ctrl + Shift + TAB = previous tab Ctrl + T = new tab Ctrl + W = close tab Ctrl + Shift + T = reopen last closed tab
In addition to the answers already given: Ctrl+PgUp and Ctrl+PgDn should also work to switch tabs forth and back.
In Chrome and Firefox both we have to press Ctrl+ Number E.g. If you want to go to the tab then you have to press Ctrl+3 You can also use Alt instead of Ctrl - i.e. Alt+3.
Currently, Ubuntu touch phones are for early adopters that want hardware to develop and test new applications themselves … It has most features that most phones have as well and some features that none have, but if you want Skype, MySQL, VLC, VNC, FireFox, … from the standard repositories, roll up your sleeves and start adapting them and publish them ...
Simply run the following the command in your terminal: sudo apt-get install pepperflashplugin-nonfree. And you should be good to go. This installs the pepperflashplugin-nonfree package which basically downloads Google Chrome, unpacks it(without installing it), and extracts the flash plugin that's built into Chrome. Then it installs Chrome's pepper ...
To my knowledge, there is no other browser or connection manager with proxy setting for the moment. On this french forum, one as post a non-optimal solution to configure a proxy: link Not sure it is really helpful...
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