I can military reconfig PDF Viewer?

I only use firefox as pdf viewer by default (because its simple and perfect rendering of fonts).

Something special litle, I like that firefox 'j' and 'k' shortcut key up and down the document a few line (like vim I knew).

But in pdf viewer batim them become 'next page' and 'previous page', my hand forced to leave the keyboard and use the mouse scroll button.

Is there a way help me reconfig these shortcut?

Sorry for my English poorrr.

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Thank you for reporting this issue. 2 shortcuts PDF Viewer is changed recently. You can see the new shortcuts to this article hotkeys - quickly perform common tasks of Firefox section "PDF Viewer".

If you want to customize your shortcut, you can add 'Customizable shortcuts' Add ons in your Firefox. You can add to your firefox by clicking on this link 0.5.11.1 customizable shortcuts .

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