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Which key combination should I press on the keyboard to toggle NoScript? The configuration (about:config) says:

noscript.keys.toggle: ctrl shift VK_BACK_SLASH.|
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Its a combination Ctr + Shift + \ simultaneously. enter image description here

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If you're not a mouse lover, you will find these two keyboard shortcuts helpful:

CTRL + SHIFT + \ (backslash) toggles allowance status for the current top-level site - temporarily by default, to make it permanent set the about:config noscript.toggle.temp preference to false.
CTRL + SHIFT + N opens the NoScript status bar menu, which lets you perform every NoScript related operation using the cursor keys.
Both these shortcuts can be changed using the about:config noscript.key.* preferences.

it's just like "week" said.

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It is working when I switch to English layout, but not with my default Hungarian one. Backslash is on AltGr + q. ("generic qwertz 101-key" keyboard) – dash17291 Nov 17 '12 at 22:12
    
i think u can define it for yourself. like it said : Both these shortcuts can be changed using the about:config noscript.key.* preferences. – Hosein Nov 17 '12 at 22:52
    
Is there a way to turn of the CTRL + SHIFT + \ short cut? It's driving me crazy, since it blocks all javascript and forces a page refresh every time I accidentally press those buttons, causing me to loose changes. – Steven Apr 25 at 9:24

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