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I every now and then accidentally click the Disable > Script option on the developer toolbar. Is there a better way to undo that other than going into Tools > Internet Options to fix it? It's very inconvenient for that to be the fix...


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In my scenario, it's actually a bug in IE not allowing me to click the toggle feature again, unfortunately.

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It's a toggle option - the first time you select it, a check mark appears and script is disabled. The next time you select it, the check mark disappears and script is enabled again.

So, to answer your question, just click Disable -> Script again and you will undo your action.

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Yes, I've had that behavior working on a different computer - strangely enough, it's not toggling for me. I had to go into internet options to fix it. Must be a bug. – Brian Mains May 3 '11 at 16:30

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