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How get a "copy email address" option when I right-click on email addresess?
I recently used Firefox to look at a website (it doesn't matter too much, but it was www.untapped.io/)
I left-clicked on a link on said website.
My computer launched Microsoft Outlook (an email application).
I hate Microsoft Outlook, so I right-clicked on the link instead of left-clicking.
Right-clicking opens a context menu in Firefox. There used to be a "copy email address" option in the menu. Now there is only "save page as", "save page to pocket," etc...
It used to be that I could copy the email address and paste it into the "TO" field in the email client of my choice, such as gmail.com
When I right-click on a link for an email address, there should be a "copy email address" option.
I really, really, do not want the computer to open Microsoft Outlook every-time that I click on an email address in Mozilla Firefox. I would prefer to copy the email adress and paste it into the email client of my choice.
I think that part of the problem is that the link is not actually a traditional, old-fasioned, HTML hyperlink.
Instead, it looks something like this:
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FIREFOX VERSION 102.0.1 (64-bit)
Operating System: Windows 11 Pro 64-bit (10.0, Build 22000) (22000.co_release.210604-1628)
Hardware: Dell Latitude 7490
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I am having some difficult posting HTML on this thread and having it still be visible as code.
That is, anytime I type some HTML into this thing, the browser renders it.
I don't want to render the HTML. I want to show you the source code.
Here is a link to some of the source code: source
There is not much code there. The Firefox Inspector showed a lot of HTML, but the inspector would not let me copy and paste very much of it. It is strange, but in the Firefox inspector I cannot left-click and drag the mouse to select large amounts of text. I can't select it all by pressing "Ctrl-A" on my keyboard either.
If the email address is in plain text then you should be able to select this text and copy it to the clipboard. If it is a mailto link then there should be a Copy Link in the context menu (you would have to remove the mailto: protocol after pasting).