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    Is there a way to change the keyboard binding for the next/previous tab operation? Currently, it is bound to ctrl-tab/ctrl-shift-tab, but I would like it to be bound to ctrl-pgup/pgdown similar to chrome.

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    Ashvin

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    ashvingoel

    The Ctrl+PgDn/PgUp shortcuts conflict with page turning shortcuts in Foxit Reader, so it is not supported to set the ctrl-pgup/pgdown similar to chrome.

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    • #3
      Is it possible to change the bindings for next/prev tab at all?

      Thanks
      Ashvin

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      • #4
        ashvingoel ,Thanks for your reply.In fact,most of shortcuts in Foxit PhantomPDF support to be customized in "Customize Tools" dialog box in Foxit PhantomPDF.
        To open the customize tools dialog box,please right click on any tab in Foxit PhantomPDF,select"customize the ribbon" option in the pop-up context menu.
        However,we still can not find the "switch to next tab" and "switch to prvious tab" options under "Customize ribbon" in "Customize Tools"dialog box,so there is still not any way to customize shortcuts for switching tabs.
        For this situation,I have submitted the suggestion"Supportr to customize new shortcut keys for switching to next/previous tab" as a new feature request for our product marketing's reference with suggestion ID#PHANTOM-6010.

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        • #5
          I noticed that the latest version of foxit (Version: 9.5.0.20723) has configurable bindings for prev and next tab. Thanks for adding this functionality.

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          • #6
            ashvingoel ,You are right,The most current version 9.5 of Foxit PhantomPDF supports to customize shortcut keys for swithing tab(previous tab and next tab).
            It also supports to switch through open tabs by scrolling the mouse in the tab bar and use 'Ctrl + Tab' to switch through open tabs in recent order you viewed them.
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