Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Firstly, a shamefaced apology to anyone who read my previous review. I took the developer's description to mean that all Dorando's original functions had been retained, allowed my delight to run away with me and only made cursory checks to verify the description. I'm very sorry and I hope I never again make such an error. "Trust no-one" (least of all yourself).
I should, in all fairness, say that the developer, trlkly, has been in contact with me and pointed out this misunderstanding and shortfall on my part.
Sadly, this extension is not a slightly updated version of Dorando's tool, neither does it "Keep all your old settings".
It does list existing keyboard shortcuts and the listing can be sorted by name, key combination or shortcut ID.
It does not fill the error log with "Type error" messages, which the original did.
It does incorporate Morat's informative colour coding in the shortcut listing.
However since, for me and, I believe, many others, the most valuable function of Keyconfig was to allow users to provide new code for new and existing shortcuts to invoke, this solution can only be seen as a step on the way.
Given that major factor, I did not test the facilities to alter key combinations or disable shortcuts.
As is, it could perhaps be seen as a valuable partner for the excellent 'Menu Wizard' which is also signed and publicly listed and _does_ allow shortcuts to be created and edited with user code, (providing they are associated with new or existing menu items) but whose shortcut listing facility is not yet very user friendly.
Given that, currently, the only AMO signed alternative I know which has all the original Keyconfig functions is not publicly listed on AMO, I might eventually use 'Dorando Keyconfig' alongside 'Menu Wizard'
Again, sorry for my original gross lapse in not waking up enough to test it properly.
EDIT: Thanks for your reply. I've emailed you with more information. With your amended description, I've changed my rating