[Bug 230102]

Cjcypoi02 230102 at bugs.launchpad.net
Wed Mar 2 12:57:09 UTC 2011

(In reply to comment #143)
> Ctrl-W could be limited to closing the currently focused tab only if a more 
> than one tab was open.

Workaround: set browser.tabs.closeWindowWithLastTab to false. If you
close the last tab, a blank tab is created and the window / FF will not
be closed.

> If all operating systems have a universal "close it" command, then SeaMonkey
> and Firefox wouldn't need Ctrl-Q 

CTRL+Q quits the _program_, ALT+F4 closes the current focused _window_ and it's OS dependent. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Table_of_keyboard_shortcuts#Window_management
I think it's more simple to obtain the world pace than standards.

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