Some of my projects have a large number of tabs each (sometimes 50+). This makes the horizontal scrolling of the tab something slow. In order to mitigate I reprogrammed the keyboard shortcuts using the left and right arrows to move to the next tab left and right. This is a way better than using the mouse to scroll. I wish I could use the up arrow key to quick jump to the first tab (left-most) and the down arrow key to quick jump to the last tab (right-most). Does anyone has an idea if this is possible at all ? Perhaps using some API resource or whatever ? I guess it should not be impossible as all that it is needed to move to another flow is passing a new url to the current browser tab, right ?
What have you programmed them to in order to achieve that?
When you select Keyboard Shortcuts in the menu you will presented with the setting screen.
By clicking in a row will allow you to config the key. Screenshot below show the config for the right arrow.
Oh yes, sorry, I thought you were talking about system shortcuts.
Here is a workaround to quickly navigate from the right-most to the left-most tab (and vice versa). I just created a dummy tab named "First" and another one named "Last" each one positioned in its corner in the scrolling bar. I then type
control f to open the search dialog pane and type First or Last depending on what I want.