SafariExtensionContextMenuItemValidateEvent Class Reference
Available in Safari 5.0 and later.
Instances of the
SafariExtensionContextMenuItemValidateEvent class are used to notify listeners when a context menu is about to be displayed.
Each time a contextual menu is about to be displayed, Safari creates a new menu, populated with the default menu items from your extension’s
Info.plist file. Next, a
SafariExtensionContextMenuEvent event is sent, and its listeners add menu items to the menu. Then a
SafariExtensionContextMenuItemValidateEvent event is sent for each menu item, and its listeners have the opportunity to prevent items in the context menu from being displayed by marking them as disabled.
The event type for this class is
Determining the Context
Information about the current context menu event.
readonly attribute any userInfo
From within the web content area, you listen for a DOM context menu event, and then call the
setContextMenuEventUserInfo method. The value you provide is used as the
userInfo property by the
SafariExtensionContextMenuItemValidateEvent events when they are sent.
- Available in Safari 5.0 and later.
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