RightToClick allows you to use the right mouse buttons where it isn't allowed. RightToClick modifies the web's JavaScript elements to enable this option

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While browsing you can come across webs that render mouse right clicks useless, avoiding that you can access the context menu. The idea is to prevent users from downloading images, copying texts or accessing other sorts of contents. But if you use Firefox with RightToClick you'll be able to skip all these restrictions.

The right mouse button available on all webs without exceptions

RightToClick is a Firefox add-on that provides you with a button on your browser to modify the page's JavaScript controls, which are usually used to block mouse functions. With this feature enabled where you couldn't use it before, we will be able to close advertising banners for instance.

A simple way to skip webmasters' restrictions.

The RightToClick button will be available on the browser bar. Whenever we visit a web that doesn't allow us to make use of the right button functions, we will only have to click on it and see how it turns green with a flashing pointer next to it.

Download RightToClick for Firefox and use your mouse freely on any web.

Requirements and additional information:
  • Requires Firefox.
Antony Peel
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