The trouble with this idea is that if you're using a keyboard shortcut, when you don't yet know which domains are trying to run on the current page. So you're writing a blank cheque, letting things run before you know what they are. Which is basically the same as allowing scripts globally.
The point of NoScript's script-blocking is so that you can review the domains that are trying to run scripts, before deciding whether to trust them. Some keyboard shortcuts are consistent with this goal, and some aren't.
Last edited by Thrawn
on Tue Jul 24, 2012 2:50 am, edited 1 time in total.
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