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context-sensitive menu
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operating system A menu which appears in response to a
user action (typically a mouse click) and whose contents are
determined by which application window was clicked or has
Most GUIs use a secondary mouse button (right or middle) to
call up a context-sensitive menu as the primary mouse button
is normally used to interact with objects which are already
The context-sensitive menu often contains functions that are
also available in a menu bar but the context-sensitive menu
provides quick access to a subset of functions that are
particularly relevant to the window area clicked on.