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Right-clicking Dropdown Menu

Posted by iPenguin on Aug 01 2013 - 01:51 PM

I think this has to do something with the advertising policy overhaul, but I've noticed that there isn't a dropdown menu when right-clicking a link from an external site (including majhost and brickshelf). However, this is completely fine when dealing with links to the forums.
Example links to try it out
I am using FF 22 on OSX. I can replicate this using Chrome and Safari.
This is not a significant issue at all, but it's something that I did notice.

I can replicate the issue with both Chrome and Opera, Windows 7.

I'm getting this too...

Also reproduced here. Firefox 22.0, Windows 8.

Aug 02 2013 12:01 PM
Replicated. chrome, windows 8

Dittoville. Chrome, windows 7. 

Aug 07 2013 09:39 PM
The context menu is being bound on external links (it is in with the new code for the dialog on external links). If this code were removed, it would work:
jQuery('a[title = "External link"]').bind('contextmenu', function (e) {

return false;
Another alternative would be to use a user script in an addon like Greasemonkey to unbind all the event listeners. It works really well.

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