I am trying to create entries on the Chrome context menu based on what is selected. I found several questions about this on Stackoverflow, and for all of them the answer is: use a content script with a "mousedown" listener that looks at the...
I have the need to trigger the opening of the browser (IE, Firefox, Safari, etc) context-menu via javascript. The problem I am trying to solve, is when an overlaid element is right-clicked, the element below it shows its context menu. So if the top e...
I'm catching the contextmenu event using jQuery like this:  $(document.body).on("contextmenu", function(e){     //do stuff here });   So far, so good. Now I want to execute some code when it closes but I can't seem to find a correct s...
http://pastebin.com/YyDzQ4Bk this is a plugin for right click context menu, anyone know why it doesn't work in IE?  Not only that, it's breaking many of my other jQuery things, such as fancy box and some jQuery hover functions....
I can't find a related question to give me an idea about how to do this.  I've seen some topics about how to know if the right-click button was clicked but I'd like to be able to capture the value that's selected on a context menu aft...
I would like to be able to programmatically invoke the right-click menu options, initiated from user events like rollover and whatnot of course.  Is this possible?  Specifically, I would like to be able to call the Safari "Use Image as Desktop Pi...
im having issue with the below code not showing up with selection is detected on the webpage.  Currently when i am selecting text the context menu is not showing up.    Code   function getword(info,tab) {   if (info.menuItemId == "google") {...
I'm trying to update contextmenu item if ajax requests alters my div content.   Here is what I mean I have a div like this :  <div id="" class="message" data-options='{"update":"YES", "delete":"N...
I know that the keyboard menu key is keyCode === 93.  So I have the following code:   $(window).on("keydown", document, function(event){     if (event.keyCode === 93)  {   //context menu         console.log("context menu key", event);...
document.addEventListener('contextmenu', function (e) {     e.preventDefault()     e.stopPropagation()     e.returnValue = false     e.cancleBubble = true })   No way?  Edit: document.oncontextmenu = null does not work.  P.S. I cannot have th...

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