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"open image in new tab" instead of "open link in new tab"

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So I want to open an image in new tab but that image has attached a link to it so if I click the image, it just goes to the page linked.

So I want to open an image in new tab but that image has attached a link to it so if I click the image, it just goes to the page linked.

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Okay, yes, there are cases where the context menu doesn't have image items on it. The most common scenario is when there is a transparent element in front of the image. Firefox doesn't pierce that element to show image items. You can work around this with an add-on (assuming you are not the type to open the Developer Tools to find the address). The "behind!" extension is great for this, and I used some of its code in my "View Image Info Reborn" extension.

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You should find "Open Image in New Tab" in the right-click context menu of that image.

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Also: if a page doesn't show Firefox's context menu when you right click something, try holding Shift: Shift+right-click

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Doesn't work, it doesn't show open image in new tab. More info: it's on 9anime.id. If I am on the home page and right-click a cover from an anime, it only show open link in new tab. Btw, it works on edge.

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Выбранное решение

Okay, yes, there are cases where the context menu doesn't have image items on it. The most common scenario is when there is a transparent element in front of the image. Firefox doesn't pierce that element to show image items. You can work around this with an add-on (assuming you are not the type to open the Developer Tools to find the address). The "behind!" extension is great for this, and I used some of its code in my "View Image Info Reborn" extension.

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In some cases you could use a JavaScript bookmarklet to look for an image further down in the DOM.

javascript:/*activeElement|image*/
(function(){
var E,O,i;
function N(A){O=[];for(i=0;A[i];i++){O.push(A[i].name+': '+A[i].value)}return(O.join('\n'))}
if(E=prompt('document.activeElement: '+document.activeElement.nodeName+'\n\n'+N(document.activeElement.attributes),document.activeElement.getAttribute('href'))){
E=document.activeElement.querySelector('img');
prompt(E.nodeName+'\n'+N(E.attributes),E.getAttribute('src'))
}})()

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jscher2000 - Support Volunteer said

Okay, yes, there are cases where the context menu doesn't have image items on it. The most common scenario is when there is a transparent element in front of the image. Firefox doesn't pierce that element to show image items. You can work around this with an add-on (assuming you are not the type to open the Developer Tools to find the address). The "behind!" extension is great for this, and I used some of its code in my "View Image Info Reborn" extension.

Thank you, it works.

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