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When I tried to save a picture I noticed when I right-click in Firefox it opens up a long menu, that wasn't like this before. Here is what it looks like now:

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No matter what I click on, nothing happens. No page opens in a new tab, no photo is saved... Does anyone know what might have caused this and how to fix it?

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Does the same thing happen when you try to save a picture that you searched for using Google images? –  karel Apr 19 '13 at 23:08
    
image link is broken, please update it. –  Lorenzo Von Matterhorn Apr 19 '13 at 23:28
    
I experienced this the other day when upgrading from Firefox 19 to Firefox 20. I didn't look into it much, unfortunately. I simply deleted my Firefox profile and created a new one. –  iglvzx Apr 20 '13 at 0:02
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Try Firefox button / Help menu / Restart with Add-ons Disabled / Safe Mode and see if the problem persists. If it doesn't, reopen Firefox normally, press Ctrl+Shift+A, then disable add-ons manually one by one till you find what's causing this. –  Karan Apr 20 '13 at 0:07

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I saw the same after updating to Firefox 20.0.1. Though Firebug addon didn't report it needed restart, relaunching Firefox after disabling Firebug fixed the context menu. I understand that in your case there may be no Firebug at all. In mine it was Firebug 1.10.2; version 1.11.2 works ok.

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Ah! I believe you are correct. A Google search for firebug long right click menu shows many other users reporting the exact same problem around the same time. –  iglvzx Apr 21 '13 at 0:55
    
Thank you Alexander. That is exactly what it was. I disabled firebug 1.10.2 and restarted the browser and and the right click menu is now fixed! –  Sue Apr 21 '13 at 8:23

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