Disable keyboard shortcuts Disable keyboard shortcuts

Accessibility
Version: 1.1.0
Last Update: 2021-12-26

Overview

Disable keyboard shortcuts is a Chrome extension developed by Benjamin Barenblat. According to the data from Chrome web store, current version of Disable keyboard shortcuts is 1.1.0, updated on 2021-12-26.
10,000+ users have installed this extension. 72 users have rated this extension with an average rating of 4.08.

Disable arbitrary keyboard shortcuts

Lets you set browser keyboard shortcuts containing Ctrl and Alt keys (Ctrl+S, Ctrl+P, Ctrl+Shift+C, etc.) to do nothing. Just head on over to chrome://extensions/shortcuts and assign away! Small, simple, and requires no permissions.

Licensed under the Apache License, version 2.0. Source: https://git.benjamin.barenblat.name/disable-keyboard-shortcuts

Rating

4.08

72 ratings

Total Installs

10,000+

Information

Last Update

2021-12-26

Current Version

1.1.0

Size

6.3KiB

Author

Benjamin Barenblat

Website

None

Category

Accessibility

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avatar F S
2022-03-02

Works great, thanks

avatar VecD0e
2022-02-22

can't get rid of F1..That's a bummer but I can disable other shortcuts like ctrl+D with this so it's great. Many thanks.

avatar BinaryBoyo
2022-02-11

Does what it says on the box! ?

Just make sure you paste 'chrome://extensions/shortcuts' into the address bar first!

And then you can set the shortcuts to disable! ?

avatar James Holland
2022-01-07

The page comes up but I can't type anything into the "Not Set" box.

avatar Bob Smith
2021-12-13

I need to disable Alt+[ and Alt+] so that they are seen by my underlying app. I've read that this extension works for some Alt+ and Ctrl+ combinations but not all. Presumably, the two keys I need disabled are in the "not all" category. The name "Disable Keyboard Shortcuts" suggests (to me) a broader usage case than it actually covers. I appreciate that you are at the mercy of the OS, but someplace in the description you could list the actual shortcuts you can disable (e.g., Alt+A to Z and Ctrl+A to Z) so as to be more transparent rather than making the users activate the extension and be frustrated by not being able to disable their desired keystrokes. Also, please make it clear whether or not "disabling" allows the keystroke to be passed on to an underlying app or it is just dead.