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How did "inspect element" get on my right click menu?

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I did install several addons when this appeared. Anyone know from where this right click menu item came? My search suggested "firebug" - whatever that is. This is not on my XP but it is on my Vista and both have the same addons. Thanks

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Hi,

It is a new tool in Firefox which can also be accessed via Tools ('Alt + T) > Web Developer > Inspect. Pressing Esc will close it. Please also see this.

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Hi,

It is a new tool in Firefox which can also be accessed via Tools ('Alt + T) > Web Developer > Inspect. Pressing Esc will close it. Please also see this.

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Thanks Vivek.Wilfred. The odd thing which puzzled me is that my XP computer does not have this quirk but my Vista does. Both are FF10 enabled. That is why I sought help on this item.

FWIW, congratulations on your considerable work in resolving problems here on this board. Thanks for taking the time to resolve this issue.

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Thank you. You are welcome :)

The XP installation should also be having this in the right-click context. As you have mentioned, it could be another add-on with similar functionality that has disabled this context menu item in XP or perhaps the right-click has been modified by Disable or replace context menus in Tools > Options > Content > Enable Javascript > Advanced.

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"Inspect Element" is a new item that is added in Firefox 10.
Previous Firefox version do not have the build-in inspector.

Inspect tool with content highlighting, includes new CSS Style Inspector

You can hide that context menu entry by setting the devtools.inspector.enabled pref to false on the about:config page.

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Thanks cor-el for pointing out where it is in about:config

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For the record, the Inspect Element item in your contextual menu is not a "quirk". It's actually a very powerful tool if you are a Web developer or Web designer. :)