|10 Feb 2012||#1|
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Context menu on double click in Chrome/Chromium
Is there any way to get the normal right-click context menu to appear when you (left) double click a word in Chrome/Chromium?
This feature is built into Opera and I find it very useful since I am always looking up words. It shortens the process of double clicking a word, right clicking the mouse button, and then left clicking "Search Google for" in the context menu. I know there is an extension for this feature in Firefox but I would really like to have this in Chrome/Chromium as well.
Has anyone else used this feature in other browsers and found it really useful? Any information on how I can try to obtain this would be appreciated.
Thanks for your help.
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