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Weird Inspector hotkey behaviour

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The built in Firefox web developer tool inspector can be called with CTRL+SHIFT+I. which will show the web developer toolbar and you can also select a desired element on the page. Now, when I want to select another element and press CTRL+SHIFT+I again, it closes the toolbar. WHY ON EARTH? Is there any way to eliminate this overly annoying toggle behaviour?

I don't want to click every time on an icon, to inspect an element. I want a shortcut which always brings up the toolbar and lets me inspect any element on the page. Like firebug's CTRL+SHIFT+C does it.

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The built in Firefox web developer tool inspector can be called with CTRL+SHIFT+I. which will show the web developer toolbar and you can also select a desired element on the page. Now, when I want to select another element and press CTRL+SHIFT+I again, it closes the toolbar. WHY ON EARTH? Is there any way to eliminate this overly annoying toggle behaviour? I don't want to click every time on an icon, to inspect an element. I want a shortcut which always brings up the toolbar and lets me inspect any element on the page. Like firebug's CTRL+SHIFT+C does it. Ideas?

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I usually right-click and press Q to inspect an element. That seems to work without closing the panel. Not sure there is a pure keyboard solution that doesn't involve clicking.

Edit: After looking at the Firebug feature, I see you want to turn on the moving highlight. I don't know of a keyboard combination does that.

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It's called Toggle Inspect Mode in Firebug and works like it's intended. It's just fckd' up in Firefox.

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Ctrl+Shift+i works like Ctrl+Shift+k and other toggles that open/shut the relevant pane. I don't think it was ever intended to reactivate inspect mode. Someone needs to define a new keyboard shortcut for that.

I looked into using keyconfig 20110522 for that, but I don't know how to invoke the inspector.highlighter.unlockAndFocus() method from an object available to the extension. I'm sure someone does.

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Thanks for your continued efforts. I'm wrestling with keyconfig, but it's a bit under-documented :).