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The Android version of Firefox does not receive right-click and double-click events for web applications like Code-Server or JupyterLab.

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It's not a very dangerous issue, or it's more of a VS Code or Jupyter issue, but I hope the community pays attention to it because it doesn't happen in Chromium based Android browsers.

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At the present time, Firefox for Android had been designed and tested for touch screen Android devices.

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I do use either of those two services. What happens if you long press instead of right click?

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Seburo

Hi I do use either of those two services. What happens if you long press instead of right click?

Thank you. Yes, the right-click menu will show if I long press. But if I use my bluetooth mouse it dosen't work.

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At the present time, Firefox for Android had been designed and tested for touch screen Android devices.

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Seburo

Hi At the present time, Firefox for Android had been designed and tested for touch screen Android devices.

Yes, making it compatible with all web applications designed for developers on mobile devices is very difficult. And Android Firefox's mouse-listening capabilities for the HTML5 standard are perfect.

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