An error occurred while saving the commentMetal commented
Very good idea and what actually brought me here.
I was searching whether you could do this, well seems you can't.
I think that would be the better option, than simply changing and rearranging the default menu and making some ppl happy and others unhappy.
This has proven to be a bad practice fir any UI whether a web browser or any other program.
In this case, I don't see (other than technical difficulties), why this may should be a problem.
You certainly can't make a 1 fit all UI design, in almost any program, let alone with this one.
I ended switching back and forth between the old and the new context menu and I found that I just couldn't find a suiting option. I rather prefer the older menu, but with it, I have the jab to not have the "Pause For" available directly, tho this feels like a lesser bother than the new style making me navigate through extra menus to get to the downloaded file, like the "Open File/Folder" options. So I stuck with the classic menu for now.
I may best appreciate either a new better design with the option to customize/edit the menu entries, or the option to modify either of the current ones' items.
540 votesAdminVuze (CEO / Founder, Vuze) responded
For what it’s worth, I filed a Feature Request with SWT/Eclipse about 2 years ago, and they suggested that someone knowledgeable in Ubuntu should contribute the change to SWT. See https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=410217