> Make the majority of right-click menu items CUSTOMIZABLE.
> At bare minimum, make the cut, copy, and paste "right-click" items
> at the TOP of the right click menu, not at the bottom
> Richard Lighthill
I must not agree. It depends on the way you use the context menu (I use it
for lesser common entries, not for c/c/p).
The first step of making them customizable is IMO the best way. But since
they are dynamic, the customization interface needs placeholder, depending
of which context you are in (remember if you right-click a misspelled word
or not, a line, a paragraph, a table, a figure, etc.)