(In reply to :Gijs (he/him) from comment #15)
What for? What specific information in there is useful to you?
Being able to copy/paste page titles as is, referrer, metatags- without having to pick through the source.
What's your purpose in "viewing info about media on a page" ? That is, what are you trying to do with the information displayed there?
Well, I use View Image Info quite a bit, and this lets me do it for each image on the page in one place, instead of selecting them all individually. Also useful for viewing info on/saving images that are hidden, set as backgrounds, altered with CSS, or can't be easily accessed outside of Inspect. I don't have one particular use case, I used this constantly for many reasons.
Wouldn't it be more useful to have it overlaid on the page, and be able to activate/deactivate the overlay with a toolbar item or similar? That's something that should be relatively straightforward with an add-on... but again, we're still kind of guessing at your usecase here - do you care about the file names of the media? Sizes? Content types? What goals are you trying to accomplish?
I've tried existing add-ons and other methods, and nothing matches the functionality and ease of use that this provided. All of this information is useful for different reasons. Having all this info about every piece of media overlaid on the page seems like it would be a little messy and unintuitive, but I'm having trouble visualizing how it would. I wish I could give you a better answer here, but I've used this so many times a day for years, and for so many different things, it's hard to be specific.
Because every option has a cost, and combinations of options have an even higher cost (e.g. trying to keep the access keys unique in the content context menu is already a nightmare, considering the number of different subsets of items can be shown simultaneously, and options make it worse). Doing so doesn't scale - we renamed (and thus sometimes changed access keys for) probably on the order of three dozen items, and removed a few others, in the last 2-3 months, and if we added an option for every single one (and yes, people are very unhappy even about some access key / labelling changes, cf. bug 1701324) , you can imagine how that stops making sense.
I understand, and that's fair enough. Things come and go with every release, I guess I'm just having trouble wrapping my head around this one in particular because it's been there for so long and I used it so often. If I'm in the minority, and including the option is not feasible, then I get it, and that's just how it goes.