Matt McLean

Tip of the Week #57 - Context Menu Customization

Blog Post created by Matt McLean on Sep 25, 2018

Hello fellow TBC’ers and here we go with another Tip of the Week! I hope you’re sitting down for this one, that’s the most comfortable way to read after all :)

 

Minimizing the number of clicks to perform common tasks is always a high priority here at Trimble, and we have efficiency in mind. The context menu is a great example of this. The size of the context menu can be adjusted to contain the right amount of commands to suit your common workflows, whether that’s 5, 7, or 20!

 

This can be adjusted in the Options, accessed either under File or in the Quick Access Toolbar.

 

Select Context Menu, and here we can adjust the number of the most recent commands which will be included in your right-click context menu.

 

I have opted to use 8 commands.

 

And here is what it looks like with 8 commands included!

 

And there you have it! Another TBC Tip of the Week, let me know in the comments if you found this helpful and share something you’ve found in TBC that should be a tip!

 

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