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Customize the Firefox context menu


After installing several extensions in Firefox, it is possible that the contextual menu (right-click) is filled with entries that you almost never use.


The Menu Editor add-on allows you edit the contextual menu, thus removing obsolete entries.
To install this add-on.

From there, your can:
  • Disable/Enable input: select the entry and click Hide / Show;
  • Change the location of an entry: just drag the entry in question and file to the desired location;
  • Add a separator: click on Advanced Mode and drag and drop <New separator> to the desired location;
  • Edit menus: File, Edit, View, History, Bookmarks, Tools and Help: simply select the menu item in the list menu editing.

Note that: you can restore a single menu or any menu by clicking on Restore or Restore All.

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