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Reinhard, TB 11.0.98.0, WIN 10

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pthompson
Reinhard.

I just tested this on our end and I can see what you mean as far as the highlight disappearing after Right-Clicking a highlighted link, however, I am not sure what you mean by the "context gets lost" 

I'm not sure if this addition is feasible or needed because you can simply Right-Click on any Link without highlighting it first.

Regards,
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rengel
Patrick,
"loosing context" in this context () means, you no longer see what object you are working on.
As long as you are working on a specific object there should be a visible clue which one it is.
Of course, it's no problem if you are finishing your work right away; but if you get distracted (say by a telephone call) you have to reorient yourself if you return to your work on the screen. Then a visible clue might be helpful.

Reinhard, TB 11.0.98.0, WIN 10

Quality is the result of attention paid to details.
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Spacenexus

Nice catch rengel. I agree - the link highlighting should not disappear after first right click, but only after a left click on the plex or right click menu. This should be very simple to correct.

 

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pthompson
rengel wrote:
Patrick,
"loosing context" in this context () means, you no longer see what object you are working on.
As long as you are working on a specific object there should be a visible clue which one it is.
Of course, it's no problem if you are finishing your work right away; but if you get distracted (say by a telephone call) you have to reorient yourself if you return to your work on the screen. Then a visible clue might be helpful.


Good point. I will send this over to our developers for review.

Regards,
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