Both Chrome & Firefox will let you right-click-save-canvas-as-image. Other browsers don't. Here's a classic way of opening up a canvas-->image new browser tab for other browsers. Or you may right-click on the image and select options such as Copy Image URL or Open Image in New Tab to save it to your computer. This simple Google Chrome trick comes handy many times while you.
It also enables text selection and copying on sites that have disabled those functions, and even removes text that web sites inject into the text you copy (such as “Read More at”). Unfortunately, there is no directly comparable Firefox extension at this time. Of course, there are more comprehensive script blocking extensions available, such as (Firefox) and (Chrome). Extensions like these block all scripts from running on any web pages unless you enable it.
Both are worth looking into for a little added peace of mind, but note that they can be problematic on sites that use scripts for useful features. And that’s it. Disabling right-clicking on web pages may be only an occasional problem, but it’s annoying when it happens.
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It’s also super easy to fix.
Right Click Image In Chrome For Mac Windows 10
Google Chrome added a new shortcut today to make adding emoji on desktop easier. It’s currently on the testing channel, and users can enable it now by going to chrome://flags and searching “emoji,” as spotted.
What Google Chrome is proposing is adding an emoji option on the menu that appears when you right-click any text field. Users can then right-click to get to the emoji option and pull up the emoji options for Mac, Windows, Linux, or Chrome OS, depending on what operating system they’re running. It’s not a groundbreaking addition, considering there are already ways to pull up emoji on desktop, including the shortcut Command + Control + Space for Macs or the touch keyboard on certain Windows devices.
Third-party messaging apps like Messenger, Slack, Discord, and Skype also all have their own emoji libraries available. Still, with companies like Apple each year, this gives us quicker access to actually use them. The feature hasn’t yet made it to the public version of Chrome, but it may be released in the coming weeks.