Overview Open Chrome DevTools What's New In DevTools Get Started With Viewing And Changing The DOM Find Unused JavaScript And CSS With The Coverage Tab Find and fix problems with the Issues tab Run commands in the Command Menu View and debug media players information Emulate authenticators and debug WebAuthn Edit files with Workspaces Debug Progressive Web Apps Understand security issues Keyboard shortcuts View page resources
Overview Open Chrome DevTools What's New In DevTools Get Started With Viewing And Changing The DOM Find Unused JavaScript And CSS With The Coverage Tab Find and fix problems with the Issues tab Run commands in the Command Menu View and debug media players information Emulate authenticators and debug WebAuthn Edit files with Workspaces Debug Progressive Web Apps Understand security issues Keyboard shortcuts View page resources

Run commands in the Command Menu

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The Command Menu provides a fast way to navigate the Chrome DevTools UI and accomplish common tasks, such as disabling JavaScript. You may be familiar with a similar feature in Visual Studio Code called the Command Palette, which was the original inspiration for the Command Menu.

Using the Command Menu to disable JavaScript.

Figure 1. Using the Command Menu to disable JavaScript.

Open the Command Menu #

Press Control+Shift+P or Command+Shift+P (Mac). Or, click Customize And Control DevTools Customize And Controls DevTools and then select Run Command.

Run Command.

Figure 2. Run Command.

See other available actions #

If you use the workflow outlined in Open the Command Menu, the Command Menu opens with a > character prepended to the Command Menu text box.

The command character.

Figure 3. The command character.

Delete the > character and type ? to see other actions that are available from the Command Menu.

Other available actions.

Figure 4. Other available actions.

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