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GitHub - right click causes navigation

Unread postby adesh » Mon, 09 Oct 2017, 12:53

Right-clicking on certain links (with history.pushState impl) causes the browser to go to the clicked link as if it was a left-click, but at the same time context menu also pops up.
It started happening just today. Is there a way to override site's scripting in this matter?

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Re: GitHub - right click causes navigation

Unread postby Moonchild » Mon, 09 Oct 2017, 17:34

Can you give an example? Because I don't see this behavior.
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Re: GitHub - right click causes navigation

Unread postby adesh » Mon, 09 Oct 2017, 17:46

Looks like it's somehow fixed. Doesn't happen anymore.

Example: Clicking "Pale-Moon" heading in screesnshot below (after MoonchildProductions).
GitHub_-_MoonchildProductions_Pale-Moon_Pale_Moon_web_browser_-_2017-10-09_23.17.47.png

Also clicking on issue titles on "Issues" page.

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Re: GitHub - right click causes navigation  Topic is solved

Unread postby Moonchild » Mon, 09 Oct 2017, 19:01

Clicking the repo name Pale Moon was actually one of the first things I tried; no issues.
I'm assuming it was a temporary issue on GitHub's side.
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