How to Disable "No Right Click" Scripts in Firefox
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How to Disable "No Right Click" Scripts in FirefoxHave you ever gone to a website where you try to right-click and it doesn't work? Have you ever wanted to right-click anyway in this situation? Well your browser can still display the context menu. The website just tells it not to. Well good news! You can tell your browser not to obey the website and display it anyway. That is, you can if you are using Mozilla Firefox.
- Click on the Tools menu.
- Click Options... in the menu.
- Click on Content (at the top of the window that appears)
- Look to the right of that check box for an Advanced... button.
- In the window that appears with five check boxes, uncheck "Disable or replace context menus."
- Search Google for "no right click script" to test it.
- There are probably some scripts that this doesn't work on, so don't be alarmed if it doesn't work.
- One website where you can test it is here.
- Some webapps use context menus and rely on scripts like this to not have the browser context menu appear and have theirs appear instead. In this case you will probably want to recheck the box.