Add Quick Keys in Safari (or any Program on your Mac)

I constantly test “disable Javascript” in my web design work. To make the process a lot faster, I added a quick key. Here is how I did it.

System Preferences

Go to System Preferences, Click on the Keyboard icon.

system preferences
System preferences

Shortcuts

In Shortcuts, go to the App Shortcuts tab, adding your desired shortcut by clicking on the “+” icon in the bottom. Remember to enter the exact name of the menu command you want to add. (identical to how it is spelt in the application.)

disable javascript
Disable javascript
Isaac Adams-Hands

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