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Missing "Page Actions" button (ellipse, 3 dots)

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The "Page Actions" button (the ellipse, or, 3 dots) that was in the row of functions following the address bar is missing. It was really handy and I used it a lot, especially for taking a screen shot. How can I get that button back? Thanks.

The "Page Actions" button (the ellipse, or, 3 dots) that was in the row of functions following the address bar is missing. It was really handy and I used it a lot, especially for taking a screen shot. How can I get that button back? Thanks.

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Yes, the "Page Action" menu has been removed in the latest release. But you can take screen shot using the right click context menu.

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Well, I won't belabor the point by expressing my frustration that they would do that, since it was so handy. Can you tell me what is "right click context menu"? I use a MacBook Pro with a scroll pad. No mouse. Thanks.

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OK, I didn't notice that you're on Mac. In this case you can use the customize panel to drop Screenshot button on your toolbar.

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jabarnas said

Can you tell me what is "right click context menu"? I use a MacBook Pro with a scroll pad. No mouse.

For Mac users with a one-button mouse, Ctrl+click will call up the context menu that right-click calls up on a two-button mouse.

That also works on a Trackpad, or you can use the "Secondary click" gesture defined in Trackpad System Preferences.