One of the new features with Firefox 32 is “Easier back, forward, reload, and bookmarking through the context menu” Mozilla has consolidated the context menu a bit by replacing the text for Back, Forward, Reload and Bookmark This Page options with the respective toolbar icons.
|Old Context Menu (Firefox 1.0 to 31)||New Context Menu (Firefox 32+)|
Note: the items listed in your context menu may vary depending on what add-ons you are using. Now, I hadn’t really noticed this until recently as the only time I really use the context menu in Firefox is for the Copy Page Title and Location As option which is part of the CoLT extension. When I want to go back (or forward) or even reload (or stop loading) the page I use the regular toolbar buttons. The only option I could see myself doing through the context menu would be the Bookmark, but then I am so use to clicking the ‘Bookmark Star’ in the address bar…
This new feature landed on the Firefox Nightly releases back in May. Surprisingly, the redesign of the context menu was not something that was already being done in Chrome or another browser. Rather, it was more designed to mimic the context menu on Firefox for Android. There is still currently an issue with Menu Editor add-on. There also has been some unconfirmed reports of crashes when right-clicking on embedded videos.
More Information: JAWS: Experimenting with context menus