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Right-click menu items from add-ons have changed

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For some reason, I'm only having this problem on my work computer, not at home, even though as far as I know I'm running the same version of Firefox and most of the same extensions (both computers are running Windows 7, too). I have at least three different add-ons that include (or should include) right-click menu items--Pushbullet, Adblock Plus, and Open In Current Tab. Recently--and I don't know what changed to cause this--Open In Current Tab disappeared from the right-click menu entirely, and the Pushbullet and Adblock items moved to the top of the menu, above anything that's supposed to be at the top, like "Open in new tab". I can't find anything in these add-ons' options that's at all relevant; Open In Current Tab doesn't even seem to have options. I also installed Menu Editor, thinking I would manually change the right-click menu options back to the way they were, but none of these add-on menu options show up in its list of available options.

Any idea what might be wrong?

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IT may have updated in preparation of e10s in nightly versions.

However it is most likely an interaction of one your addons with another. The ones that you mention have items in the right click menu, if you can disable all add ons but those, do the right click menus show back up?

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IT may have updated in preparation of e10s in nightly versions.

However it is most likely an interaction of one your addons with another. The ones that you mention have items in the right click menu, if you can disable all add ons but those, do the right click menus show back up?

Also check for malware:

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Trial and error revealed that it's the Swagbucks button, which is strange, because I don't think that particular extension normally affects the right-click menu at all. It did recently get updated, though, so I suppose a bug of some kind got in. Hopefully Swagbucks will fix that.