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right-click on field puts list in upper left corner

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Typically, when you right-click on a field or link or basically anywhere in a webpage the list of options appears or pops up at the point of the cursor. However, for some time now they all appear in the upper left corner of the Firefox browser.

In the screenshot attached, I performed the right-click from the "Find help..." field. But the list is in the upper left corner. The list appears there regardless of where I right-click on a webpage.

Is there a way to fix this so they appear at the point of the cursor?

Typically, when you right-click on a field or link or basically anywhere in a webpage the list of options appears or pops up at the point of the cursor. However, for some time now they all appear in the upper left corner of the Firefox browser. In the screenshot attached, I performed the right-click from the "Find help..." field. But the list is in the upper left corner. The list appears there regardless of where I right-click on a webpage. Is there a way to fix this so they appear at the point of the cursor?
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You can try to disable hardware acceleration in Firefox.

Close and restart Firefox after modifying the setting to make changes effective.

You can check if there is an update for your graphics display driver and check for hardware acceleration related issues.

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I turned off the performance setting as instructed. Shutdown and restarted Firefox. That did not resolve the issue.

I have verified my graphics display driver is up-to-date and all Windows Updates are installed.

Any other suggestions?

FYI, I'm running Windows 11. I have tested in Edge and Chrome and they do not have this issue.

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