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The W - Internet & Computers - Disabling key combination in Firefox?
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You wanted the best, you got... Out of Context Quote of the Week.

"If I was doing the Mann Act with two chicks, there'd be multiple violations." (JustinShapiro)


I'm using Firefox 2.0.0.14 on my laptop, and for some reason, I'm prone to clicking on links right after hitting Alt-Tab, thereby Alt-clicking. Which, I'm sure we all know, immediately downloads the link. Since that keeps saving pages that I just want to look at, I'd rather just disable it because I don't plan on using that shortcut. But I can't figure out any way to do that, and Google's no help. Any ideas? The extensions I have installed are Adblock Plus, Adblock Plus Filter Uploader, Download Helper, Greasemonkey, and Talkback.



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Maybe Keyconfig would work?



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    Originally posted by thecubsfan
    Maybe Keyconfig would work?


Doesn't look like it can handle clicks.



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