Firefox right click stops working

Firefox right click stops working

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If anyone knows why I can’t right-click and get the context menu in Firefox 1.0, please let me know as soon as possible (possibly an extension issue?)! Right clicking in other programs works normally, so I’m pretty sure my mouse button is perfect.
It’s as though some unintentionally installed extension has disabled the background menu. I have a lot of extensions installed and would like not to have to uninstall them ‘on the fly.’ Another piece of information that could be important is that the context menu (the last time I saw it) was very long (due to the amount of extensions I had installed) and was sometimes overflowing the viewable area if Firefox was not maximized- may there be any in-built feature inside Firefox that ‘kills’ the context menu if its duration is ‘excessive’?
If this works, you’re dealing with a bad theme or an extension. This error usually occurs when I’m changing a theme on the fly, which means I don’t have to restart Firefox for the new theme to take effect. A restart, on the other hand, corrects the problem.

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Things in the right-click menu have unexpectedly changed (see picture – the’search’ option has been removed, ‘open in new tab’ no longer works, video options have been added), and the address bar no longer works when I type in a URL or search word. I tried running the program in safe mode, but it didn’t help.
Things in the right-click menu have unexpectedly changed (see picture – the’search’ option has been removed, ‘open in new tab’ no longer works, video options have been added), and the address bar no longer works when I type in a URL or search word. I tried running the program in safe mode, but it didn’t help.
To see if the problem goes away, try using Firefox in Safe Mode. Firefox Safe Mode is a troubleshooting mode that momentarily disables add-ons, disables hardware acceleration, and resets certain settings (extensions and themes).
If the issue does not occur in Firefox Safe Mode, it is most likely due to an extension, theme, or hardware acceleration. To determine the cause, please refer to the Troubleshoot plugins, themes, and hardware acceleration issues to solve popular Firefox problems post.

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Certain issues with Firefox can be fixed by performing a Clean reinstall. This means you’ll have to uninstall Firefox and then reinstall it. Since your Firefox profile data (such as bookmarks and passwords) is stored in a different place, this method does not delete it.
A “Clean reinstall” can be used to fix such Firefox issues. This means you’ll have to uninstall Firefox and then reinstall it. Since your [[Profiles – Where Firefox stores your bookmarks, passwords, and other user data|Firefox profile]] data (such as bookmarks and passwords) is stored in a separate place, this method does not delete it.

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Firefox hangs when it stops responding to your mouse and keyboard input and appears to be doing nothing. When the mouse cursor is over the Firefox window, a “(Not Responding)” mark appears in the title bar, and the mouse cursor becomes a spinning wheel. When the mouse is over the Firefox window, it also becomes a rotating wait cursor. This article discusses how to repair Firefox hangs based on when they occur.
Note: The Refresh Firefox function can resolve a variety of issues by restoring Firefox to its default state while preserving your data. Before you go through a lengthy troubleshooting process, consider using it.
If the issue has been resolved, hardware acceleration was most likely to blame. You can either try upgrading your graphics drivers to see if that solves the problem, or you can simply disable hardware acceleration.
When you try to load sites that don’t exist or that you haven’t opened recently with a proxy auto-config file (PAC), Firefox can hang. To see if you’re using an automatic proxy configuration file, do the following:

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