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Enables right-click, text selection, etc on a webpage with RightToClick Firefox add-on

Some websites and blogs insert some restrictions like disable right-click, text selection, drag & drop etc on their page to make their contents secure.

But, sometimes it can be annoying, for instance, when you want to open a link in a new tab or want to quote text from a web page, etc.

If you are a Firefox user, here is an add-on called RightToClick that enables right-click, text selection, context-menu, drag & drop and much more where it is disabled by Javascript.

RightToClick protects from annoying alert popups, can remove many timer actions and is able to suppress unusual click behavior.

This addon adds an icon (see screenshot above) to your navigation-bar which restores javascript-disabled features if clicked - or it does other actions according to your configuration.

Interested Firefox users can install RightToClick from Mozilla add-on site.

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