The RadialContext menu is a hierarchical, context-sensitive pie menu
for Mozilla. It offers an alternative to both the normal context menu
and mouse gestures. The feeling is very similar to mouse gestures. But
there also is a GUI so you don't have to look up what options are
available in the given context.
Install RadialContext for Firefox v0.9 and newer (2005.12.31)
Install RadialContext for Mozilla (2005.05.26)
The extension now claims to be compatible with firefox up to version 2.0 .
Force the setting "dom.event.contextmenu.enabled" to true to prevent the standard menu from popping up.
Reactivated code to avoid sabotating right-clicking in the sidebar.
The extension now claims to be compatible with firefox up to version 1.5
Updated the Mozilla version to be compatible with Mozilla 1.7.7 and newer.
A big thank you goes out to Tony (Anthony Smith?) for providing the patch.
the extension now claims to be compatible with firefox up to version 1.0
the menu now works slightly better across frames
fixed scrolling under Linux
fixed the 'only when dragging' option for windows
internal changes to make the menu layout more flexible
alt-functions can now have their own icons
menu now displays above elements with a zIndex >= 100
alt-clicking can no longer trigger a standard context menu
made sure that the startup tip window really appears only at startup
startup tip window now grows if necessary
I rely on your feedback to make this project as good as possible.
Please don't hesitate to mail me.
Thank you, Jens