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Is there a way to create a key command / key binding / whatever you want to call it, in Chrome, so that I can call a bookmark from the keyboard?

I have a bookmarklet that refreshes CSS without refreshing the page - pretty cool actually, if you're interested:

Anyway, I use it often, and it would be nice to press Ctrl + Command + R or something to call it. Thoughts?

I've already seen this answer, but I'm looking for a more direct "press this key combo to open bookmark 3" solution.

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Try using this extension:

Bookmarks Bar Keyboard Shortcuts
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Looks like there is a Chrome extension that does this:

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CSS Reloader!! – chanchal1987 Nov 4 '10 at 3:45

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