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Firefox: Macro to Make Menu Selections

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#1 beaujay


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Posted 03 March 2012 - 11:10 AM

I frequently need to switch Firefox browser colors back and forth, from my system colors to a page's own colors and vice-verse: Tools > Options > Content > Colors > Allow pages to choose their own colors > OK > Tab > Tab OK [checking or unchecking "Allow pages to choose their own colors" depending on which I'm in and want to change from]

Is there a way to create a macro for to cycling through this (or any) series of menu choices? :dance:

(I've tried AutoHotKey but I can't make it work with Firefox menu items.)

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