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How to distinguish between left and right mouse click with jQuery, just only code

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$('#element').mousedown(function(event) {
    switch (event.which) {
        case 1:
            alert('Left Mouse button pressed.');
            break;
        case 2:
            alert('Middle Mouse button pressed.');
            break;
        case 3:
            alert('Right Mouse button pressed.');
            break;
        default:
            alert('You have a strange Mouse!');
    }
});

40
tinybyte, 28.04.2010 02:52




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$(document).on("contextmenu", ".element", function(e){
   alert('Context Menu event has fired!');
   return false;
});
$('.element').bind("contextmenu",function(e){
   alert('Context Menu event has fired!');
   return false;
}); 

39
gavit, 11.02.2011 00:16




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/*
  1 = Left   mouse button
  2 = Centre mouse button
  3 = Right  mouse button
*/

$([selector]).mousedown(function(e) {
    if (e.which === 3) {
        /* Right mouse button was clicked! */
    }
});

38
ErikE, 30.10.2009 00:20




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$('selector').bind('contextmenu', function(e){
    e.preventDefault();
    //code
    return false;
});
(function( $ ) {
  $.fn.rightClick = function(method) {

    $(this).bind('contextmenu rightclick', function(e){
        e.preventDefault();
        method();
        return false;
    });

  };
})( jQuery );
$(document).on("contextmenu", "selector", function(e){
    e.preventDefault();
    //code
    return false;
});  //does not have to use `document`, it could be any container element.

37
Neal, 13.12.2011 17:26



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$("#element").live('click', function(e) {
  if( (!$.browser.msie && e.button == 0) || ($.browser.msie && e.button == 1) ) {
       alert("Left Button");
    }
    else if(e.button == 2){
       alert("Right Button");
    }
});

21
TheVillageIdiot, 30.07.2009 15:18




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$.event.special.rightclick = {
    bindType: "contextmenu",
    delegateType: "contextmenu"
};

$(document).on("rightclick", "div", function() {
    console.log("hello");
    return false;
});

30
Esailija, 14.08.2012 16:09




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$('#element').bind('click', function(e) {
  if (e.button == 2) {
    alert("Right click");
  }
  else {
    alert("Some other click");
  }
}

28
Dan Burton, 18.12.2009 20:49




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var isSimpleClick = function (event) {
  return !(
    event.which !== 1 || // not a left click
    event.metaKey ||     // "open link in new tab" (mac)
    event.ctrlKey ||     // "open link in new tab" (windows/linux)
    event.shiftKey ||    // "open link in new window"
    event.altKey         // "save link as"
  );
};

$('a').on('click', function (event) {
  if (isSimpleClick(event)) {
    event.preventDefault();
    // do something...
  }
});

17
callum, 08.05.2014 13:25




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/**
   Better Javascript Mouse Events
   Author: Casey Childers
**/
(function(){
    // use addEvent cross-browser shim: https://gist.github.com/dciccale/5394590/
    var addEvent = function(a,b,c){try{a.addEventListener(b,c,!1)}catch(d){a.attachEvent('on'+b,c)}};

    /* This function detects what mouse button was used, left, right, middle, or middle scroll either direction */
    function GetMouseButton(e) {
        e = window.event || e; // Normalize event variable

        var button = '';
        if (e.type == 'mousedown' || e.type == 'click' || e.type == 'contextmenu' || e.type == 'mouseup') {
            if (e.which == null) {
                button = (e.button < 2) ? "left" : ((e.button == 4) ? "middle" : "right");
            } else {
                button = (e.which < 2) ? "left" : ((e.which == 2) ? "middle" : "right");
            }
        } else {
            var direction = e.detail ? e.detail * (-120) : e.wheelDelta;
            switch (direction) {
                case 120:
                case 240:
                case 360:
                    button = "up";
                break;
                case -120:
                case -240:
                case -360:
                    button = "down";
                break;
            }
        }

        var type = e.type
        if(e.type == 'contextmenu') {type = "click";}
        if(e.type == 'DOMMouseScroll') {type = "mousewheel";}

        switch(button) {
            case 'contextmenu':
            case 'left':
            case 'middle':
            case 'up':
            case 'down':
            case 'right':
                if (document.createEvent) {
                  event = new Event(type+':'+button);
                  e.target.dispatchEvent(event);
                } else {
                  event = document.createEventObject();
                  e.target.fireEvent('on'+type+':'+button, event);
                }
            break;
        }
    }

    addEvent(window, 'mousedown', GetMouseButton);
    addEvent(window, 'mouseup', GetMouseButton);
    addEvent(window, 'click', GetMouseButton);
    addEvent(window, 'contextmenu', GetMouseButton);

    /* One of FireFox's browser versions doesn't recognize mousewheel, we account for that in this line */
    var MouseWheelEvent = (/Firefox/i.test(navigator.userAgent)) ? "DOMMouseScroll" : "mousewheel";
    addEvent(window, MouseWheelEvent, GetMouseButton);
})();
<div id="Test"></div>
<script type="text/javascript">
    $('#Test').on('mouseup',function(e){$(this).append(e.type+'<br />');})
              .on('mouseup:left',function(e){$(this).append(e.type+'<br />');})
              .on('mouseup:middle',function(e){$(this).append(e.type+'<br />');})
              .on('mouseup:right',function(e){$(this).append(e.type+'<br />');})

              .on('click',function(e){$(this).append(e.type+'<br />');})
              .on('click:left',function(e){$(this).append(e.type+'<br />');})
              .on('click:middle',function(e){$(this).append(e.type+'<br />');})
              .on('click:right',function(e){$(this).append(e.type+'<br />');})

              .on('mousedown',function(e){$(this).html('').append(e.type+'<br />');})
              .on('mousedown:left',function(e){$(this).append(e.type+'<br />');})
              .on('mousedown:middle',function(e){$(this).append(e.type+'<br />');})
              .on('mousedown:right',function(e){$(this).append(e.type+'<br />');})

              .on('mousewheel',function(e){$(this).append(e.type+'<br />');})
              .on('mousewheel:up',function(e){$(this).append(e.type+'<br />');})
              .on('mousewheel:down',function(e){$(this).append(e.type+'<br />');})
              ;
</script>
!function(){function e(e){e=window.event||e;var t="";if("mousedown"==e.type||"click"==e.type||"contextmenu"==e.type||"mouseup"==e.type)t=null==e.which?e.button<2?"left":4==e.button?"middle":"right":e.which<2?"left":2==e.which?"middle":"right";else{var n=e.detail?-120*e.detail:e.wheelDelta;switch(n){case 120:case 240:case 360:t="up";break;case-120:case-240:case-360:t="down"}}var c=e.type;switch("contextmenu"==e.type&&(c="click"),"DOMMouseScroll"==e.type&&(c="mousewheel"),t){case"contextmenu":case"left":case"middle":case"up":case"down":case"right":document.createEvent?(event=new Event(c+":"+t),e.target.dispatchEvent(event)):(event=document.createEventObject(),e.target.fireEvent("on"+c+":"+t,event))}}var t=function(e,t,n){try{e.addEventListener(t,n,!1)}catch(c){e.attachEvent("on"+t,n)}};t(window,"mousedown",e),t(window,"mouseup",e),t(window,"click",e),t(window,"contextmenu",e);var n=/Firefox/i.test(navigator.userAgent)?"DOMMouseScroll":"mousewheel";t(window,n,e)}();

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