If an email message contains an email address in the body, Gmail automatically converts it into a
mailto: link, which is helpful.
And many times each day I've enjoyed being able to right-click a
mailto: link in an email (within Gmail) and then click "Copy email address" in the context menu.
Then I can paste that email address into a program (such as when I want to search a database).
However, within the past month or so, I've noticed that I can't right-click and click "Copy email address" without Gmail then popping open a "New Message" panel and changing my current URL to have
?compose=new at the end.
I wonder if it's related to this month's rollout of new right-click features.
How can I disable it?
I'm tried of having to click the "Discard draft" trash can button so many times throughout the day.