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Can I disable or move the Firefox menu that appears when I right click? (The Firefox menu blocks my Yahoo, Box, and application menus.)

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The context-sensitive Firefox menu that appears when I right click on a link appears exactly over the context-sensitive application menus that come up in Yahoo, Box, and other sites, so the Firefox menu blocks me from seeing or clicking on the Yahoo or Box menu options. Is there a way to prevent the Firefox menu from appearing on top when another menu is active? or a way to disable the Firefox menu when on certain web sites? Even having the Firefox menu appear in a different location (to the left, for example, instead of to the right), would enable me to see and access the website's application menu.

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  • Tools > Options > Content : JavaScript > Advanced > Allow Scripts to: [X] "Disable or replace context menus"

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Isisombululo Esikhethiwe

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  • Tools > Options > Content : JavaScript > Advanced > Allow Scripts to: [X] "Disable or replace context menus"

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Thank you!!! I went into Firefox "Options", then clicked on the "Content" tab. "Enable Javascript" was already checked. I clicked on the "Advanced" button to the right, and then clicked the remaining checkbox to Allow scripts to "Disable or replace context menus" (the other two options were already checked). (Then I restarted Firefox before testing it out.) That solved the problem!

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The Solution is here...i tired it out sucessfully

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/menu-editor/