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Navigating NoScript items using keyboard

Posted: Sun Mar 25, 2018 5:15 pm
by tigerjack
The title says pretty much everything. At the moment, I'm able to invoke NoScript using Alt-Shift-n, but I can't navigate/<select the different options using the keyboard only.
Is there any chance to have this feature in a future release?

Also (don't know if it's a bug or a feature) after pressing Alt-Shift-n, selected an option and then Esc, the focus remains on the add-on bar, making it impossible to reuse the same shortcut to reopen NoScript or just continuing where I was on the page.

As always, grazie mille ;)

Re: Navigating NoScript items using keyboard

Posted: Sun Mar 25, 2018 6:13 pm
by Giorgio Maone
Will work on that, thanks.
tigerjack wrote: Also (don't know if it's a bug or a feature) after pressing Alt-Shift-n, selected an option and then Esc, the focus remains on the add-on bar, making it impossible to reuse the same shortcut to reopen NoScript or just continuing where I was on the page.
I cannot reproduce on Windows (the focus goes back where it was on the page, and I can reuse the shortcut right away).
Probably a Linux-specific WebExtensions BrowserAction bug. Could you check whether it's been already reported at https://bugzilla.mozilla.org and possibly file a report otherwise? Thank you!

Re: Navigating NoScript items using keyboard

Posted: Wed Jun 27, 2018 7:14 am
by tigerjack
HI there. Is there any update on this?

Re: Navigating NoScript items using keyboard

Posted: Tue Jan 22, 2019 6:54 pm
by ml01931
I was going to open a thread about this, but found this one first. I hope this is helpful. :)
tigerjack wrote:
Sun Mar 25, 2018 5:15 pm
At the moment, I'm able to invoke NoScript using Alt-Shift-n, but I can't navigate/<select the different options using the keyboard only.
Is there any chance to have this feature in a future release?
On Windows, I can navigate between things using the keyboard. However, early on in the Quantum release, the outline for focused items was removed. So after invoking Alt-Shift-N, I am able to toggle which things are revoked, temporarily trusted, trusted, etc, but I can't actually tell where I am until I toggle something. If there are multiple domains and I'm trying to temporarily trust something like a CDN, I basically have to keep hitting tab then toggle because there are a few items I'm tabbing to between the first domain's controls and the next. And I can't tell what those items are because I have no visual indicator for what I'm focused on.
Giorgio Maone wrote:
Sun Mar 25, 2018 6:13 pm
Will work on that, thanks.
tigerjack wrote: Also (don't know if it's a bug or a feature) after pressing Alt-Shift-n, selected an option and then Esc, the focus remains on the add-on bar, making it impossible to reuse the same shortcut to reopen NoScript or just continuing where I was on the page.
I cannot reproduce on Windows (the focus goes back where it was on the page, and I can reuse the shortcut right away).
Probably a Linux-specific WebExtensions BrowserAction bug. Could you check whether it's been already reported at https://bugzilla.mozilla.org and possibly file a report otherwise? Thank you!
I also cannot reproduce this issue on Windows.