Action "Show Menu"The Menu Editor Configure Hotkey Context Menu
The Menu Editor :
How do I open the menu editor:
A. Open the context menu and select "Edit this menu..."
B. Settings -> Global Key Combinations -> mark the hotkey for the context menu -> Edit (e.g. with F2) -> Edit Menu
All available commands are listed on the left side. The current menu is displayed on the right side.
Add Menu Item and
Select the desired menu item on the left and click on the follwing button:
Or simply double click on the desired menu item.
The new menu item will be added under the marked item to the right.
Or keys Alt + Up
Move entry up
Or keys Alt + Down
Move entry down
Rename Menu Item
Or press F2
The & character is used to define the abbreviation key that directly opens the menu item e.g &paste: Paste is displayed and the entry is directly execute with the P key.
Delete Menu Item
Or press Delete.
Up to 7 submenus can be added to the primary level.
To add a submenu, select one of the primary items e.g. Paste: and click on the following button:
Add User-Defined Command
You would like to send text marked in your browser or editor directly to an application or a homepage.
Select "Advanced" on the left in the item "User-Defined Command".
A new dialog will appear in which you can enter a command/command line or a webpage.
Enter the complete path of file to be execute (unless this is in the Windows directory). If the path or file name contains blank space, place the entry in quotation marks "" e.g. "C:\Program Files\MyProg.exe"
The marked text (e.g. in the browser or editor) will be marked [text]. If the text is very long or a file name is required as a parameter, use [file]. The marked text will be written to a (temporary) file and delivered as a parameter.