Many site try to prevent you from accessing the context menu. Well that’s a nice try; thanks to AllowRightClick extension for google Chrome, you will have your context menu anyway :-p
This new version works on more sites than before:
- even on div elements. The cotext menu on Youtube video will bed displayed 🙂 This fixes issue 8
- recursively applied on in frames. This fixes issue 18
- and there is now an option page to list which sites should be ignored by the extension. This is an improvement other the previous version, where only Yahoo mail! was left untouched.
Install AllowRightClick now.
The full changelog can be found on the google code project page (bug reports usually mention the affected sites).
AllowRightClick now supports Flickr and doesn’t break Yahoo! mail
Je trouve super pénible que des sites empêchent le clic droit (menu contextuel) sur la page.
Firefox a une option qui désactive ce type de modification ; mais Google Chrome ne l’a pas.
Alors j’ai fait une petite extension AllowRightClick pour Google chrome. Elle ne peut pas traiter tous les cas, mais c’est toujours mieux que rien.
Google chrome has just added bookmark synchronization.
- I cannot make it work under linux, with build 220.127.116.11
- why the hell do they store the bookmarks in Google docs, rather than in Google bookmarks? Google bookmarks is used by other services :
Do you remember my little firefox extension for firefox to interact with Blogmarks.net?
Well, now that Google Chrome supports extensions too (at least in the dev channel), I’m going to redevelop it for Chrome 🙂
My first impressions:
- packaging the extension in chrome is much easier in Chrome (a « pack extension button » versus many manipulations for firefox that I eventually scripted in an ant task)
- the API is much more restrictive in Chrome than in Firefox