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right-clicking on an image now has no options to do anything with the image (copy image / copy image location / save image are gone)

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I use Firefox for my work and that involves working with a lot of images online. For some reason, this option has been completely removed from Firefox for me.

Now when I right-click on an image, there is no longer any option to copy the image, copy the image's location or save the image.

Like I said, I use this browser for work and if I can't interact with images I'll have to start using some other browser.

Thanks in advance.

I use Firefox for my work and that involves working with a lot of images online. For some reason, this option has been completely removed from Firefox for me. Now when I right-click on an image, there is no longer any option to copy the image, copy the image's location or save the image. Like I said, I use this browser for work and if I can't interact with images I'll have to start using some other browser. Thanks in advance.

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Okay, I'm going to mark this solved. In the process of taking a screenshot I realized it only happens at one website, so I'm guessing it's something in their coding blocking Firefox. Thanks for the reply!

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What context menu do you get if you right-click an image ? Can you attach a screenshot?

What element gets selected if you click "Inspect" in the right-click context menu?

You can right-click and select "Inspect" to open the built-in Inspector with this element selected.

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الحل المُختار

Okay, I'm going to mark this solved. In the process of taking a screenshot I realized it only happens at one website, so I'm guessing it's something in their coding blocking Firefox. Thanks for the reply!

Modified by jbdastardly

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You can set dom.event.contextmenu.enabled = false on the about:config page to prevent websites from disabling the Firefox context menu.

You can open the about:config page via the location/address bar. On the warning page, you can click "Accept the Risk and Continue"to open about:config.

You can press ESC to close the Firefox context menu and need to use the website context menu.

Modified by cor-el