Since Firefox and Opera are unbearably slow with Compiz enabled, I've switched over to Chromium as my default browser on Ubuntu. But given how Chromium tends to have "bad build" days every now and then when it can get pretty unstable and/or annoying, I went and downloaded Epiphany as a backup browser. The thing I absolutely HATE about Epiphany now is how it respects default Linux shortcuts and ignores Windows ones, e.g. no Ctrl-Tab support to switch tabs, back/forward is Ctrl-Alt-Left/Right instead of Backspace/Shift-Backspace, Ctrl-F4 doesn't close tab, Alt-D doesn't focus address bar, etc. Hence the question is: is there any way to make Epiphany honor common Windows keyboard shortcuts, as Firefox/Opera/Chromium does? Or failing that, are there any good browsers for Ubuntu that I can use as a backup for Chromium? Thanks.