Sometimes you may prefer to use a website's default shortcuts without having to first enter pass mode; if this is the case you can blacklist the website. When a url is blacklisted the page will behave as though Saka Key is disabled.
Navigating to Blacklist
To define your blacklist, first navigate to Saka Key's options panel. Blacklist is below "Appearance" in the options list: click "Blacklist". To the right of the options list you will be presented with the Blacklist's control panel. In the panel there is a single textbox labeled "Comma-Separated Regex Blacklist": this is where you define your blacklist.
The blacklist works by taking a list of comma-separated regular expressions, if the url of a webpage matches any of the regular expressions in list the page will be blacklisted. For example, "^https://www.google.com, g|GitHub" would block "https://www.google.com/", "https://www.google.com/maps", "github.com" and "https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GitHub", but not "https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/"
Basics of Regular Expressions
If you don't know how to write regular expressions please read Mozilla's documentation. If all you want to do is block a single webpage, just copy the whole url to the list. If you want to block a whole domain, copy the beginning of the URL until the end of the domain name, being sure to also include the extension (.com, .org, ect).