Touch context menu on Google websites
csns last edited by leocg
I've been trying to find answers without posting but the issue that I'm having seems no to have been described yet.
Some basic data about systems I tested:
Windows 7 x32
Windows 10 x64
Problem is concerning only navigating by using touch screen.
And here is the issue:
When I open a google website such as Youtube or Gmail the context menu is not showing up (in certain areas of that page) while doing the long press (single touch) - this "gesture" is recognized by Windows as a "right click" and normally brings up a context menu. Like this:
And the key problem for me is that at the moment I have no way to open this context menu by touch - I use this mostly to open YT videos in a separate tab.
In the earlier version of Opera, if I was lucky and touched a very narrow frame around the video thumbnail, then the context menu would show up.
Now whatever I do, Opera is just registering a "short touch" and opens the video in the same tab.
I checked 2 laptops and 3 Windows installations - all give the same result.
Does anyone else have this problem?