Author Topic: Right-click Select All  (Read 198 times)

phred

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I'd like to have the ability to do a 'select all' via a right-click. I know I can use Ctrl-A, but there are times when using the mouse would be more convenient.

EDIT: Fixed typo
Last Edit: September 16, 2019, 03:30:26 PM by phred
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Zak

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Is there a scenario where having it on the right-click menu would perform differently to the same command from the Edit menu?
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phred

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Is there a scenario where having it on the right-click menu would perform differently to the same command from the Edit menu?
No, it would perform exactly the same. It's simply that I don't have to move the cursor to the other side of the screen to get to the edit menu. Having it in the right-click context menu allows me to leave the cursor right where it is.

EDIT: Fixed typo
Last Edit: September 16, 2019, 03:30:46 PM by phred
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