Firefox: disable click and hold requirement

One if the things I noticed first with Firefox was the weird (for me) right click behaviour. I need to right click and hold, otherwise the mouse cursor will automatically click on the menu. That’s not something I want to get used to.

I searched a bit and found the solution in this discussion in Reddit. So, what I did was:

Open about:config and set this to true:

ui.context_menus.after_mouseup

That’s it!

When I browse, apparently, I have the obsessive habit of left/right clicking on the web-page when it’s loaded. I had not noticed this, until today, when I started using Firefox again. The browser has implemented navigation buttons in the right click menu, so with the automatic right click I got redirected back several times…

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