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permanently disabling the automatic quick search menu popup when highlighting text
When highlighting text in the browser (I've experienced this in all sites including within text boxes where I'm inputting text), I will regularly get a popup to the side suggesting "quick web search" (referring to the highlighted text) and a set of dots to turn it off. This "feature" keeps turning itself back on. I want to permanently disable it because I have no reason to use it.
I don't think it's tied to the search engine (currently defaulted to Bing). I cannot find a setting anywhere in the options menu for permanently disabling it. With my only add-ons being ad blockers, I sincerely doubt they're the source of this pop up.
This feature is exceptionally annoying when it shows up as I'm almost never highlighting text for the purposes of doing a search (particularly when it shows up in a text box, such as one for submitting a comment). Even when I do turn it off from the given menu, it will turn itself back on at some point.
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Hmm, this is in Firefox 79 for Windows?
Is it possible it's a new Windows system-level feature? If you use that Quick Web Search does it open a new tab in Firefox or go out to a Microsoft product?
Does it happen on this site, too? I ask that because extensions are not allowed to inject scripts into support.mozilla.org so if it doesn't happen here or on the Add-ons site, that would point toward a probable extension feature.