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You can also remove ('reset') them or change the keyboard combinations they use.
Using it, you can also:
disable or re-enable existing shortcuts (including many of those which you have not yourself created - but not those created by the system, such as, for instance, Ctrl+C for 'Copy' in Windows)
change the keyboard key combinations used by existing shortcuts (including many of those which you have not yourself created - but not those created by the system, such as, for instance, Ctrl+C for 'Copy' in Windows)
define shortcuts to override (replace) many pre-existing shortcuts you have not yourself created, thus changing the effect of those key combinations. You may have to explicitly disable the pre-existing ones to make that work.
When I tested this version (2016.2), IN FIREFOX, I started from the latest version (20110522) of Dorando's own original Keyconfig extension and, carefully following trlkly's advice (see 'About this.." above) replaced it with 'Dorando Keyconfig' 2016.2.
Those shortcuts which I had not created but which I had disabled were still disabled.
I was also able to disable and re-enable shortcuts I had not created and change their keyboard key combinations (but, as described above, not for those created directly by the operating system).
Like the original, 'Dorando Keyconfig' lists 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 also incorporate Morat's informative colour coding enhancement in the shortcut listing.
Hopefully, as a very welcome publicly listed and AMO-approved extension, 'Dorando Keyconfig' will long continue to provide all the functions which keyconfig 20110522 so helpfully gave us.
Thank you very much, trlkly, for all your efforts to make this new listed version available with all its functions enabled.