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In Hotmail or Windows Live Mail, you can right click to bring up a menu.

In Firefox, the default right-click menu covers it.

Any solutions?

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Under tools > options > content > javascript > disable context menus (in firefox) you can set this to either block this kind of javascript or enable it.

In your case... you like this and so you enable it meaning: websites may use javascript to create their own context menu.

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Never saw that option before. – Corey Nov 30 '10 at 1:47
it does not work always: htmlguard.com/articles/disabling-the-context-menu-in-firefox – edelwater Nov 30 '10 at 20:45

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