I am updating/debugging and expanding the capabilities of my draggable script and I need to be able to achieve the following result:  whatever.onRightMouseButtonMousedown = preventDefault();   I have done a lot of research to no avail, however, I kno...
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 want the user selection from a text area in my page. I have a context menu that user can use on right-clicking the selection. This is my code to retrieve selected content from a textarea in IE8,  var textComponent = document.getElementById('myT...
In my JavaScript/jQuery code, I have a text field that I run an event when the text changes using the keyup event. However currently I only account for changes done using the keyboard.  Is there a way I can detect when a text field text changed becau...
I know I can use capture the Right Click event by using jQuery's "contextmenu" but my question is, how can I capture the event after the context menu appears i.e. When the user clicks on "Open Link in New Tab" action.  Any help?...
I have developed a right click context menu in javascript for table .The position of context menu is at the down of cursor for every row of table.The final row of table is at end of the page,Now on right clicking the row the context menu is coming do...
I am working on an RTS game where you can select units and right click to make them go somewhere.  You can also shift right click to queue up a list of points you would like the units to travel to.  In all browsers except FF this is working perfectly...
I'm trying to write a function that reads the oncontextmenu event for a div item.  (I need it to find out whether the ctrl key was being pressed, e.g. by using e.ctrlKey.)  This works:  <div id="item_2" class="lineitem" align=c...
Is it possible to detect the mouseover event on the custom context menu item added with 'chrome.contextMenus.create({...})'?  I want to kind of "preview" the action of the menu item when the user hovers their mouse over that menu item...
is there a way to detect whether a 'mousedown' is a touch right click (hold the finger about 1 sec in place) or just a normal right click?  I think chrome can do this with "ev.originalEvent.sourceCapabilities.firesTouchEvents". But on...

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