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Is there any way to edit the standard Firefox context menu for displayed Web pages?

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Is there any way to edit the standard Firefox context menu for displayed Web pages? I frequently want to save a picture appearing on a page. Sometimes I "slip" and hit "Send Image" when I want "Save Image As", and have to sit and wait for a default send-mail page to come up, then close it, fiddling with its "are you sure" dialogs. This is a painful way to handle a slip-up. I basically NEVER want to e-mail an element directly from a page. Is there any way I can just delete "Send Image" from the context menu?

Is there any way to edit the standard Firefox context menu for displayed Web pages? I frequently want to save a picture appearing on a page. Sometimes I "slip" and hit "Send Image" when I want "Save Image As", and have to sit and wait for a default send-mail page to come up, then close it, fiddling with its "are you sure" dialogs. This is a painful way to handle a slip-up. I basically NEVER want to e-mail an element directly from a page. Is there any way I can just delete "Send Image" from the context menu?

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That is possible with the Menu Editor extension:
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/710

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That is possible with the Menu Editor extension:
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/710

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Thank you... This indeed did the trick.

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You're welcome, please mark this thread as Solved.

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Please tell us a way to do this without installing another add-on in already cluttered and slow firefox.

PS. It's specially for Delicious's "Bookmark this page in delicious.." entry. I

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You can remove entries in the context menu with code in the userChrome.css file

Some IDs are listed in this MozillaZine Knowledge Base article:

To find the ID of others you will have to use the DOM Inspector.