Of the few buttons for which accessKeys are actually provided, the "D" one provided for in this software (which yes, requires IE) is just about the highest-value in terms of time I save by using a keyboard shortcut instead of mousing.
As far as I know, the way one is supposed to use accessKeys on IE is with alt-"key". However, you may know that alt-d is a shortcut for selecting the location bar.
So anyway, using IE8 on WinXP, alt-d is caught by the browser and the accessKey is never sent through to the webpage.
But by some miracle, when I got Win7 and IE9, the browser seemed smart enough to notice there was an accessKey assignment and pass the alt-d through to the webpage! (Either that, or something was actually breaking and this was a happy side-effect. I don't know.)
Unfortunately, I booted up today to see that IE10 had been installed, and to my dismay the accessKey alt-d shortcut is back to being broken.
How can I get alt-d to be interpreted as an
accessKey on IE10? (Bonus points for IE8).