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Option to disable shift+right click context menu for trusted sites

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So I understand why shift right click opens the context menu, and its been useful to me when I need it, but I'd like the option to disable it for trusted websites, or just a toggle I can turn on and off when needed. Even tucked into advanced options. For reference, its an issue when I play littlewargame, a browser based RTS game. Shift is how you que commands, so target firing specific units in order or setting multiple move commands requires me to hold shift, and right click multiple times. Obviously having the context menu pop up every time is an issue. Any chance that could be made into a toggle somewhere? Does anyone know of an extension that adds that option if it isn't built in?

Thanks in advance <3

So I understand why shift right click opens the context menu, and its been useful to me when I need it, but I'd like the option to disable it for trusted websites, or just a toggle I can turn on and off when needed. Even tucked into advanced options. For reference, its an issue when I play littlewargame, a browser based RTS game. Shift is how you que commands, so target firing specific units in order or setting multiple move commands requires me to hold shift, and right click multiple times. Obviously having the context menu pop up every time is an issue. Any chance that could be made into a toggle somewhere? Does anyone know of an extension that adds that option if it isn't built in? Thanks in advance <3

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You can do this in version 117 (currently in Beta) by going to about:config in the address bar and changing dom.event.contextmenu.shift_suppresses_event to false (Bug 1759303).

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You can do this in version 117 (currently in Beta) by going to about:config in the address bar and changing dom.event.contextmenu.shift_suppresses_event to false (Bug 1759303).

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zeroknight said

You can do this in version 117 (currently in Beta) by going to about:config in the address bar and changing dom.event.contextmenu.shift_suppresses_event to false (Bug 1759303).

That works, though ideally it would be a toggle not something you have to dig for a specific text for, but I get that its in beta for now. Thanks :)