Allow Right Click Re-enable right-click on websites that overwrite it
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The "Allow Right Click" extension overwrites a few JavaScript functions to allow browser's default right-click context menu when a web page deliberately blocks right-clicking on its content. Basically, all modern browsers allow JavaScript engine to disable the default browser's context menu when the page offers its own custom context-menu for its content (see Google Docs as an example). However, this capability also allows website owners to block the right-click context menu without providing any useful functionality. This extension adds a button to the toolbar area of your browser. When the extension icon is clicked, a small script is injected into the current page to release the context menu blockage. So by default, this extension does not inject any code in any web page at all. It only injects the code on the user action. When a site is blocking the right-click context menu without offering the custom context menu, you can click the extension's button to release the restriction.



  1. What is the "Allow Right-Click" extension and how does it work?

    This extension unblocks the right-click context menu restriction when it is deliberately blocked by a web page. All websites can request to disable the default browser's context menu to have their own custom context menu on their web pages; however, this capability also makes the JavaScript capable of disabling the browser's context menu without providing any useful functionality like proving a custom context menu. This is particularly useful to prevent web page's content from being copied by the user or a content being pasted. This extension offers a toolbar button to unblock the browser context menu when the button is clicked. Basically, after the button is pressed by the user, the extension injects a small script to release the context menu restriction. Note that this script is only being injected after the user click. The extension does not inject the script by default to prevent conflicts when the custom context menu is offered.

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  3. What's new in this version?

    Please check the Logs section.

  4. I am using this extension to unblock the right-click context menu on a particular web page, but it is still blocked. How can I report the issue?

    Please use the discussion section of this page to report these sorts of problems. Make sure to provide an example page with the issue so that I can reproduce it.

  5. Is it possible to press the toolbar button once more to toggle the extension off (disable the protection)?

    No, it is not possible to disable the extension on the current page when it is activated. This extension removes a few event listeners when get activated and overwrites a few native methods. There is no method to reverse these destructive actions at the moment. If you don't need the protection anymore, reload the page once.

  6. The automatically unblocking feature is not working anymore when I updated my extension to v0.4.0. What is the problem?

    As of v0.4.0, this extension moves the webNavigation permission to the optional section, which means it is disabled by default. Hence this extension has no access to the browser tabs anymore. For the automatic injection to work, you need to visit the options page and opt-in to this feature. If you are using an old version of Chrome, you might also need to restart the extension (disable and re-enable it once or restart your browser).

  7. This extension does not unblock frame elements on the current page (it only unblocks the top frame element). I need all IFrame elements to accept right-click. How can I fix this?

    As of version 0.4.0, this extension uses the "activeTab" permission instead of "tabs", so that by default, the extension has no access to the browser tabs. It can only inject the unblocker script to the active tab once the user clicks the action button. To access frame elements of the current tab, cross-origin host permission is required. To enable this feature, go to the options page and allow the extension to use the "webNavigation" permission.

  8. How can I test this extension?

    Visit the page, then enable the extension from the action area and follow each test.

  9. Can I automatically unblock the right-click on subdomains of a domain?

    As of version 0.5.5, the extension supports wildcard hostname matching. See the examples below:

    • -> unblocks both and all its subdomains (e.g.:
    • -> unblocks and all its subdomains (e.g.:
    • * -> unblocks all subdomains of but does not unblock
    • -> unblocks "HTTP" scheme of It does not unblock the subdomains.
    • *:// -> Unblocks "HTTP" and "HTTPS" schemes of It does not unblock subdomains

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    If you have questions about the extension, or ideas on how to improve it, please post them on the  support site. Don't forget to search through the bug reports first as most likely your question/bug report has already been reported or there is a workaround posted for it.

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