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Context Sensitive Popup Menu

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Context Sensitive Popup Menu

What is Context Sensitive Popup Menu?

Overview

A context-sensitive menu lists only commonly used menu commands that are invoked when you click the right mouse button. Selecting a command from a context-sensitive menu is often faster than selecting a command from a normal menu.

A context-sensitive menu appears in response to a user action; when the right mouse button is clicked. and the contents are determined by which application window was clicked or has the input focus.

Most GUIs use a secondary mouse button (right or middle) to call up context-sensitive menus because the primary mouse button is typically used to interact with items that are already visible. The context-sensitive menu lists only commonly used menu commands that are invoked when you click the right mouse button. Selecting a command from a context-sensitive menu is often faster than selecting a command from a normal menu.

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