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I'm new to NoScript, and Firefox Quantum (57) is the first browser I'm using it in. I've noticed on the page https://noscript.net/features that there should be some NoScript hotkeys and about:config entries. However it seems that these shortcuts don't work in Firefox 57. Is there a breakage?

  • Noscript had to be rewritten for Quantum and is currently lacking many features of the previous version. – DavidPostill Jan 17 '18 at 21:25
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Here is the relevant part of the source code

It looks like only two keyboard shortcuts are defined: Alt+Shift+N to open the NoScript window, and Ctrl+Shift+T to toggle permissions. The latter, however, seems to conflict with Firefox's default binding for 'restore closed tab'.

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The new shortcut for NoScript 10 popup is Alt+Shift+N

https://hackademix.net/2017/11/23/noscript-1012-temporary-allow-all-and-more/

This is not yet reflected in the documentation. Not mentioned is a shortcut to temporarily set all page to trusted.

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