Ever right-click on a webpage, THINKING that your are clicking on a link, but it was just some text or image set to show the "link" mouse cursor? How about when the menu pops up and you, wanting to click "open link in new tab", end up clicking "back" since what you clicked wasn't really a link? Click Rightly prevents the context menu from coming up whenever you click on a page element masquerading as a link. You can always override this by holding down "shift" or "ctrl" (customizable in the options). NOTE: After installing, updating, or changing options, you will need to reload any open pages for this extension to work within them. If you come across a page where this extension does not work, please let us know at http://www.spetnik.com/a/company-support. UPDATES: Version 2.0: Updated to manivest v2 and upgraded APIs Version 1.0.3: Fixed "A" elements with no "href"