I came here because of the exact issue that the OP mentioned. Kee is screwing my my Asus router configuration pages.
I’m quite baffled that there isn’t a simple option to just disable Kee on selected sites. I do see that the extension settings allow site-specific configuration, but I can’t figure out how to use that to disable Kee on a specific site.
Currently the only solution I can find is to disable the extension when I’m working with an affected site, then reenable the extension afterward. This is a hassle.
The above post refers to the discussion of contextual buttons. I don’t see that as being directly related. I think Kee should have a simple blacklist of sites where it will be disabled.
I suggest a simple option in the toolbar button to “Disable Kee on this site”, kind of like how the ublock origin or other extensions can be toggled via the toolbar button. This would be simple and easily discoverable from the user perspective.