Once installed, Shortcut Manager adds an icon to the toolbar which, when clicked, shows all currently active hotkeys. From here, you can also access the advanced configuration page, that gives the options to create and edit shortcuts.
A great feature of this tool is the possibility to assign site-specific hotkeys — meaning a certain hotkey would do something on one site, and something else (or nothing at all) on another site.
While selecting a hotkey combination, Shortcut Manager’s shortcut builder even warns you if the key combination already exists, or if it will have some undesired effect.
Finally, the extension also provides an option to export and import all your hard worked customization settings on another computer.
If you love keyboard shortcuts, this is one extension you can’t miss out on. Hit the link below to get it now.
Install: Shortcut Manager
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This tool is incapable of overriding some absolutely essential shortcuts like Ctrl+N. There is no way to input this shortcut into the shortcut input element because the Ctrl+N combination is processed by the application (which opens a new window) before it gets to the input element.