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Firefox 60 Context Menu/Userchrome
May 16, 2018 - 6:57 PM - by Ymir's blood
Since the change to Firefox 60, my context menus aren't working properly.

This is the normal version (as modified by userchrome to keep new tab second)
Attachment 10730

Relevant line from userchrome

Code:
/* move new open new page to top*/
#context-openlink {
    -moz-box-ordinal-group: 0 !important;
}
This worked until the most recent version (60)

Now, if for any reason I call up a context menu on the page itself, rather than a link and get this context menu

context01.jpg

Then my link menu is altered until I restart Firefox

Attachment 10729

Open in New Tab is simply gone. I've tried playing with the userchrome but all I can really do is trial and error as my knowledge is pretty limited. I can go to the standard New Tab as first option but my muscle memory is so fixed on the long ago original form that it drives me crazy trying to switch.


ETA looking at my images, I see where New Tab has moved to, but no idea why it is so far down. :confused:
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Random long-form writings
May 13, 2018 - 11:22 AM - by The Man
I have a habit of just throwing out three or four thousand-word replies at various sites off the cuff. I’m starting this thread to keep them all in one place (with the exception of the ones for Marathon Chronicles, which I just added to my signature; those already are more or less in one place), as I suspect I’ll want to work elements of many of them into a longer writing I’ve been working on. I’m not really doing this with the expectation of generating any sort of discussion, and I can’t promise I’ll reply if it does. But people have been complaining that there’s too little interesting content here lately, so hopefully this’ll help liven things up a bit. I’ll provide links to the pieces within their original discussions, as there may be bits of context that would otherwise escape explanation. Over the next few days I’ll probably also start gathering the other long-form replies I remember and am still able to find.

Anyway, here’s something I wrote about seven hours ago.

I mentioned I’d probably have more to say later. I’m not sure I’m really in the best frame of mind to say it right now, though. We’ll see how this works out.

I’d never actually heard of Frightened Rabbit before this piece got posted, so I can’t speak of Hutchinson’s death from the frame of mind of a fan of his work specifically. I can speak from the framework of a person who has absorbed quite a lot of creative works, many of them quite emotionally bleak, and who has created a not insubstantial number themselves.

I’ve contended for a long time that the creative process generally requires both a narcissistic and an altruistic streak. (I’m speaking colloquially here; I’m not using “narcissism” clinically. I feel it
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