Hello, I'm Paul. I am a devoted Linux user, Ruby programmer, Open Source software developer, photography hobbyist, and a world traveller. My wife Eugenia and I originate from a place in Russian Siberia. Today we live at the very South of Canada.
Open source Firefox web browser equipped with a dozen of extensions is my main tool for everyday web development. After switching to Firefox 3 and updating all previously installed extensions I faced a regression of a very useful feature —
Ctrl-Shift-S shortcut for switching CSS styles on a web page provided by WebDeveloper toolbar didn’t work any more. Instead, a sidebar with bookmarks gets opened in the browser.
After a short investigation I found the shortcut was overridden by another extension I won’t reject to use — the Delicious Bookmarks. Unfortunately, the extension did not provide an easy way to remap key bindings from its options panel. To change them I had to go directly to Firefox built-in configuration panel.
about:config in the browser address bar and hit enter like I always do to open a web page. Agreed to be careful while working in the settings window I found a long list of available parameters. I typed
ybookmarks in a filter bar above these parameters and limited the long list to only display settings relevant to the desired extension. In the limited list of settings I found one named
firstname.lastname@example.org and double-click it. In the modal window I changed
D and saved it.
After restarting the browser I’m able to switch CSS styles with
Ctrl-Shift-S shortcut again, and I have Delicious Bookmarks sidebar bound to the next key combination