How to: Customize Right Click Menu and Main Menu Bar in FirefoxBy Angsuman Chakraborty, Gaea News Network
Friday, January 16, 2009
The more add-ons you use in Firefox, the better and more convenient it is to you. But there is one point which will bother you constantly. The right click context menu is will grow long when you use it inside Firefox. So for frequent uses of right clicks, it will be a real annoyance to see all of them when you don’t need some add ons excepting special purposes. So what do you do then?
Developers at Mozdev.org have develop a great add-on for firefox with which you can edit not only the context menu but the main menu bar (File, Edit, View etc) as well.
You can rearrange, remove menu items, and if require add back those menu items again. With firefox, all you have to do is press, CTRL+SHIFT+S on your keyboard and that brings up the Menu Editor Options dialog.
To install Menu Editor in Thunderbird, right-click the link given below, choose Save Link As and install the downloaded menuedit.xpi file using Install button in Thunderbird’s Extensions window.
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