From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i586; en-US; rv:0.9.3+) Gecko/20010907 BuildID: 2001090712 When right clicking on a link, I usually select the first option "Open in New Window". When doing this frequently, I have chosen "Edit Link in Composer" many times. This is annoying. I don't see any reason why I would like to edit pages so frequently that the option has to be second in the menu. It would be nice if the option would be moved down in the menu to a different position, so that "Open in new Window" would remain alone as the first option (in it's own group, no items between it and the next separator). I know this happens only when you do this by habit, and is only my own opinion. But I think that opening pages in new windows and editing pages have little to do with each other. Reproducible: Sometimes Steps to Reproduce: 1. Choose a link, any link. 2. Press the right button on the link 3. Move the mouse down a little and press the left button. Do this so that you don't even look at the menu. 4. Wait for the menu to appear Actual Results: If you move down too much, you end up in Composer editing the page. Expected Results: Open the window in a new link.
I like this idea, hitting the "edit in composer" item is annoying. But where should this menuitem go? I was thinking just above "view page source", as this would seem to make the most sense...
Now in Moz 0.9.5 the logical decision would be to put "Open in New Window" and "Open in New Tab" on the first positions. After them the separator, and we could move "Edit Link in Composer" just under "Save Link As..." for example.