Menu Editor is a Firefox add-on that allows you to remove or rearrange menu items from the main context menu (right-click menu) and main menu bar (File, Edit, View..). For a brief tutorial on using Menu Editor, keep reading..
|right-click menu before||right-click menu after|
- Install Menu Editor the same way you would any other Firefox Add-on, and then restart Firefox. Once Firefox has restarted, select Tools and then Add-ons.
- Scroll down to the Menu Editor entry, select it, and click the Preferences button.
- The main Options window for Menu Editor will open.
- To remove items from your right-click menu, just click the check mark next to that items entry, and the check mark will turn into a red X.
- Scroll through the entire list and remove each item you don’t want to show up in your right-click context menu. If you notice ‘duplicates’, it’s because there are different right-click menus (one for right-clicking an image, one for right-clicking a link, one for right-clicking an empty space etc).
- Now select File from the Edit menu: drop down list. From here you can remove items from the File menu.
- Since I never use the Work Offline feature, I opted to remove it.
- You shouldn’t have to restart Firefox for the changes to take effect, but if you don’t notice them right away, try restarting.
|File menu before||File menu after (Work Offline is gone)|