Saturday, August 09, 2003

How can I disable anti-right-click web site protection?

Saturday, August 09, 2003

First up, you can just turn off javascript in your browser. Drastic perhaps, but very effective.

A second method is to keep your finger on the right mouse button after you have pressed it. When the "don't steal our links" warning message appears, press the enter key to close it and then release the right mouse button. You should discover that all the usual context menu functions will appear as though there is no right-click protection in place.

Another strategy is to press the right mouse button and hold it down while you use the left mouse button to close the dialogue box. Once this disappears, release the right button and ta da, up pops the menu.

If you're still having difficulties, try this procedure instead: right-click as usual to make the threatening message appear. Now press the enter key and right mouse button simultaneously. Once again the result is the appearance of the right-click context menu.

Some of these will work with some sites, but not others, and vice versa, so make sure you etch all of them onto the insides of your eye lids for future reference.


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