User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64; rv:78.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/78.0
Steps to reproduce:
Right click a link or an email address on Firefox and then Thunderbird
This is how the Firefox menu looks (screenshot attached)
Open Link in New Tab
Open Link in New Window
Save Link as...
Compared to how the menu looks like in Thunderbird (screenshot attached):
Open Link In Browser
Copy Link Location
Save Link As...
The context menu shortcuts on Firefox and Thunderbird should match. Like many other users, I use both Firefox and Thunderbird as my primary browser and mail client. The context menu when you right click a link in either of these apps does similar things, but uses different keyboard shortcuts.
- The shortcut for copying a link is: C on Thunderbird, and L on Firefox. This used to be A on Firefox, and I'm hoping #1701324 fixes this, and we get A everywhere.
- The shortcut for saving a link is: k on Thunderbird and L on Firefox.
A similar mismatch also exists when you right click on an email address. The shortcut to copy an email address is E on Thunderbird and L on Firefox.
All of this should be consistent, so we only have one shortcut to copy a link, irrespective of whether it is an email address or something else.