72 reviews
  • Essential addon for FF, unfortunately not working in Ubuntu
  • Still not working on linux based systems.
  • Works great on Windows 10, my only gripe is that you can't configure the hotkey, because I commonly use Ctrl-tab and Ctrl-shift-tab to change tabs and find myself accidentally hitting q at the same time.
  • Works perfectly on Windows and OS X, but sadly doesn't work on Linux. However, this is clearly stated in the description, so no false promises - thus 5 stars.
  • Excellent add on. Not sure why this still isn't a feature! Really appreciate Rob W making this.
  • Doesn't work
  • Doesn't work: firefox exiting
  • Worked well, now it's defunct.
  • Unfortunately does not work on Kubuntu/Linux. I'll re-review if this is fixed, but currently it's completely useless on my platform of choice.
  • I installed it, pressed CTRL+Q, and Firefox immediately exited. Started Firefox, pressed CTRL+Q and the Firefox immediately exited. I guess I'll have to keep looking for an extension to fix this. :-(
  • Doesn't work
  • Please add a note to the TITLE saying that it DOESN'T work on Linux.
  • This doesn't work for me (Firefox 57.0.1 on Debian Stretch with i3wm)
  • Unfortunately, the add-on doesn't work – Ctrl+q still closes Firefox. I'm running it on two machines, both of which run the i3 window manager on Ubuntu (17.04 and 17.10, respectively) and Firefox 57.0.1.
  • Man, I was so sick of accidentally quitting Firefox and having to wait for it to reopen a zillion tabs gain. This extension is wonderful.
  • doesn't work for me
  • Useless on Linux
  • Not the right place to put this, but for Ubuntu users, here's a workaround:
    * System Settings (in Ubuntu)
    * Keyboard
    * Shortcuts
    * Custom shortcuts
    * Add a new one with command ':' and any name
    * Assign ctrl+Q to it.
    This disables ctrl+Q for all programs, not just Firefox.
  • Not working on Ubuntu
  • it is totally useless :||||
  • Doesn't work on linux 14.04 - Firefox 57.0 still closes after Ctrl+Q :(