Customizable right-click menu
Other people, however, don't need these options instead of others. So, why not a customizable menu?
That's my general complaint with the whole Chrome - too few options for customization.
if that happened then it would be just as slow and bulky as the other browsers. You obviously hate the other browsers or you wouldn't be using chrome. So why try to make Chrome as bad as the other browsers?
If you want epic customization, you might be interested in checking-out Opera. You can, quite literally, customize every last toolbar, and menu item. I've heavily tweaked pretty everything to my liking :]
You will have to use this workaround until Google adds this to the right-click menu.
Method #1: Right-click any image and click Save Image As. Save it to your hard drive. Right-click it and click Set As Desktop Background.
Method #2: If you want the background image of a web site as the background image on your Windows Desktop do this. Right-click the page and click on Inspect Element. Click on the Resources Tab. Click on the Images Button. Locate your image in the left frame and click on it. The image will appear in the right frame with some information about it. Right-click the image and click on Save Image As. After saving it right-click it and click on Set As Desktop Background.
in this age of XP/Vista/Windows7, MacOS X...
we should be able to adjust Minimal Features such as the Right-Click Menu,
I do not understand why Bapabooie thinks that custom options of the right click menu is "epic customization"
such a feature should be by now after 20 years of Windows style OS, a standard feature for advanced users.
and I am sure most people who use Chrome, are advanced users as beginners would still be using the Browser that came with their OS
Yes, one can do it with Inspect.. Edit.. etc, but we're talking about usability. And believe me, this function (allowing such light js/hta extensions) won't add 1MB or any performance penalties to Chrome.
I think that if Google doesn't do anything about this, then a lot of people would go back to Firefox. Especially the new version of Fireofx. (4.0). That is also focused on minimalization. But also has all the good features that Firefox always had.
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