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Add-on was at the top of the right-click menu, but now it's been moved down.
I currently have this add-on installed. It allows you to you highlight certain text, then right click and open up a link to Wiktionary in another tab. Up until a few minutes ago, this menu item was at the very top of the list (i.e. above "undo" and all the rest), but now it's been moved down with all the other add-ons. Image for further clarity.
The add-on hasn't been updated in 6 years, so it's certainly not that. I don't recall doing anything to make it change, but before this, it had been at the top of the menu ever since I added it maybe 2 years ago. Is there any potential way to restore this functionality? The fact that it appeared at the very top of the menu might have been a bug, but if that's the case, it was certainly a convenient one.
Anyway, I'll be looking forward to hearing from you fine folks in this community.
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Hi WonkySplonky, I think add-on items have been at the bottom of the menu since Firefox 57 (before that, add-ons had free range to move things around; after that, they don't).
Is it possible that at some point you created a userChrome.css file with a style rule that changed the menu order? I think that would have been the only way to do it since Firefox 57.
A userChrome.css file is an unofficial, community-supported feature that can be fragile because Firefox's UI is constantly evolving. So it's not officially supported, but many people who like to control their menus do use it.