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I asked a question in my previous post, about how to hide drop-down history of Firefox 3.6.16 address bar. The solution is

In Preferences, on the Privacy tab, there is a settings called When using the location bar, suggest:. Setting it to Nothing appears to affect both actions you mentioned: auto-complete while typing, and click the drop-down arrow.

I was wondering if there are some shortcut keys to switch between Nothing and History and Bookmarks?

If no, is it possible to customize as such?

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I have been trying for a while to figure out which entry in about:config this setting changes. You wouldn't happen to know, would you? EDIT: Found it. For future reference, browser.urlbar.autocomplete.enabled. – William Jackson Apr 12 '11 at 0:48
@William: Thanks for still trying. Sorry, I don't know yet. – Tim Apr 12 '11 at 0:50
@William: have you also found a way to bind the switching to some key? – Tim Apr 12 '11 at 3:11
No, I have not found a way (natively or with an extension) to make a keyboard shortcut change an arbitrary preference. – William Jackson Apr 12 '11 at 3:27

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