This is an application that allows you to pick and choose which of the many context menu add-ons you would like enabled in your browser. Internet Explorer does not support nested context menus so this I wrote this application to make it easy to enable and disable different menu items you may want to use (instead of separate scripts). The context menu items are broke up into 8 groups: Share-it, Analyze-it, Analyze-it-Scritch, Analyze-it-Viewdns, Plurk-it, Google-it, Look-it-up, and IE-Utility. The IE-Utility menu items are usually located in the Tools menu in the menubar on top which isn’t shown by default (just … Continue reading Internet Explorer 11 Context Menu Chooser Application Version 3
With this new version the Analyze-it context menus were updated to the most recent version. Analyze-it contained so many menu items that I had to add a counter to the interface to indicate when there are more than the twenty menu item visible limit. The menu counter is only active for page context (basic context menu the page provides – nothing selected in other words) menu items. I suppose when there are more than twenty selected text context menus I’ll have to add another one; this is good for now. The counter only indicates when you are over the visible … Continue reading Internet Explorer Context Menu Chooser Application Version 2
This release basically fixes a few bugs and adds Google Music Search to the menu. I’ll be using whole numbers from now on on these installers (just makes things easier). I had to remove tumblr from the menu as their format changed (no more sharing with a GET request). Fixed the Fetch and Guess tools to be compliant with their new versions – so they should work properly. The spaces in query bug in Google Open Storage search was fixed – so multi word queries work properly. Download and Install IE11 Menu Addons for Windows 7, 8, and 8.1 … Continue reading IE11 Menu Addons – New Version – 1 – Happy New Year!
Download and Install IE11 Menu Addons for Windows 7, 8, and 8.1 New Version Completed – Read about it and Download from here Continue reading IE11 Menu Addons – All My Addons Ported to Internet Explorer 11
Share-it provides a context menu that allows the user to share the current page with a number of different websites that allow for link submissions. Share-it currently shares a web page on: facebook, twitter, google plus, linkedin, digg, stumbleupon, tumblr, friendfeed, fark, blinklist, and plurk. There is an options page that will allow the user to turn on or off the menu items they choose to use. Very simple and minimalistic design. package.json main.js options.html Click to Install Most Recent Version Continue reading Firefox Extension – Share-it 0.6 Context Menu
The Google Chrome extension Share-it now has an Options page that enables you to choose which menu items are visible. Users simply can check which menu items to use and which to hide on the options page instead of navigating a menu of irrelevant menu items that they do not use. Preferences in an add-on are stored within the localstorage object in the browser in order to persist across start ups and closings. Developing an options page for your add-on isn’t a very difficult task, however, there are a couple of coding issues to be aware of. Opera Next Is … Continue reading Google Chrome Extension Share-it New Feature Update – An Options Page
manifest.json app.js Source Code Add-on Add-on (Chrome Web Store) This one is a little more full featured as far as sharing is concerned. I may just give this one out so I added my site graphics so it looks a bit more professional. Demonstrates using a parent ‘folder’ for (sub) context menu items. Its pretty basic: create a handle (var hp) and a parent (which is nothing more than a context menu item with just a title) and use it in each child’s creation function inside the “parentId” property. I would have liked to put the proper site icons next … Continue reading Share-it A Google Chrome Extension for Sharing a Page on Multiple Websites