Is there a way to override a right-click disable on a website?
I wanted merely to save the link in my faves, to come back for further research, and when I right-clicked, I got a message to the effect that the site was copyrighted.
I didn't want to copy their content--only bookmark it for reference for an article.
In the meantime, I merely copied the URL and saved it in a Word document, but that's not QUITE as convenient as saving it in your favorites.
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