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How can I email Facebook images from Firefox?

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As a computer support person, I've switched many people from other browsers to Firefox, often touting that the Firefox interface is most similar to Internet Explorer than the other choices. This client's issue stumped me, however, and I haven't been able to come up with a solution for her. Rather than exploring other browsers, this is my last-ditch effort to come up with a Firefox solution.

In Internet Explorer browsing Facebook, people can right-click on an image and email the picture to someone (family, friends, etc.). I can find no way to duplicate this functionality in Firefox. I go to other websites (tested this on Yahoo!'s main page) and I can right-click in Firefox and email the picture. In Facebook, no dice. (This may be more a Facebook issue, but I want to check with you folks first.)

I can't find an Add-on that will do it. This seems strange, because apparently a lot of people like to have this ability. Any ideas or suggestions? DMS

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Just to confirm the issue:

  • "Email Image" does not appear on the right-click context menu
  • "Email Image" appears but does not work correctly

If the menu item is missing, do the other image-specific items appear, for example:

  • View Image
  • Copy Image
  • Copy Image Location
  • Save Image As

Or can you find:

  • View Background Image

If none of those appear, there may be an overlay in front of the image. Firefox does not right-click through transparent layers the way IE does.

Typically if you launch the image in the viewer (where it appears over the timeline with a comment box on the right) then the usual image actions should be listed.

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Right click the image. Can you see in the list; E-mail image ?

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Soluzione scelta

Just to confirm the issue:

  • "Email Image" does not appear on the right-click context menu
  • "Email Image" appears but does not work correctly

If the menu item is missing, do the other image-specific items appear, for example:

  • View Image
  • Copy Image
  • Copy Image Location
  • Save Image As

Or can you find:

  • View Background Image

If none of those appear, there may be an overlay in front of the image. Firefox does not right-click through transparent layers the way IE does.

Typically if you launch the image in the viewer (where it appears over the timeline with a comment box on the right) then the usual image actions should be listed.

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FredMcD said

Right click the image. Can you see in the list; E-mail image ?

Please read post before making such replies. "Right click" is mentioned at least twice in original post.

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jscher2000 said

Just to confirm the issue:
  • "Email Image" does not appear on the right-click context menu
  • "Email Image" appears but does not work correctly
If the menu item is missing, do the other image-specific items appear, for example:
  • View Image
  • Copy Image
  • Copy Image Location
  • Save Image As
Or can you find:
  • View Background Image
If none of those appear, there may be an overlay in front of the image. Firefox does not right-click through transparent layers the way IE does. Typically if you launch the image in the viewer (where it appears over the timeline with a comment box on the right) then the usual image actions should be listed.

Yes, thank you. Instead of merely right-clicking on original image, when I left-click the image and get the 'blow-up' I can indeed right-click and email the image. That answers the problem. Thanks again!

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Edward27821 said

Adding 2 Suggestions to above reply:
  • Right click on the image and copy image location. Then use insert>image to embed as remote content
  • Right click and copy image. Then paste into the e-mail.
Make sure that you have the correct default e-mail service selected.

Thank you for helping. :)