See shortcut menu.
n. A menu that, when requested, appears next to the object with which it is associated.
menu that remains unseen until activated by clicking on an icon or text.
A menu that is superimposed in a window over whatever is currently being displayed on the monitor.
A menu that shows up when you right click on the mouse.
The menu that appears when you right-click an item on the desktop.
A menu that can be accessed by pressing the right (menu) mouse button. The menu that is displayed is context-sensitive - its content depends on the location of the mouse pointer and the menu specification. You can specify the menu in the Pop-up Menu property under Help.
A menu that opens on top of what you are doing – usually the result of single-clicking certain buttons.
a menu that appears when you move the pointer over a trigger image in a browser
A menu that can be displayed on the screen at any time by pressing the appropriate key, usually displayed over material already on the screen. Once you have made a choice from the menu, it disappears and the original screen is restored
A viewport that appears temporarily on the screen and offers a set of options. The options can be selected with the mouse.
a menu that appears when requested. These menus are context-specific, depending on which window is active and on the cursor location. See also pull-down menu.
A menu that provides no visual cue to its presence, but simply pops up when a user performs a particular action. Pop -up menus are associated with a particular area of the workspace, such as the client area of an application, and a user must memorize where these areas are.
A Pop-up Menu presents itself when you mouse-over certain parts of the screen. They look like a small box with a list containing the menu options.
A menu that can be set to appear when a specified mouse button is pressed in a window. A pop-menu consists of multiple menu items.
A menu that, when requested, is displayed next to the object with which it is associated. Pop-up menus are usually displayed by clicking mouse button 3 or pressing Shift+F10.
In Windows 95 and 98, a pop-up menu is a menu that contains commands for a specific object. You access Pop-Up menus by right clicking an object.
Typically, a small menu that appears when a user "right-clicks" over some item in any Windows more advanced than Windows 3.11 (or in any MacOS)
A menu window that opens vertically or horizontally on-screen to display context-related options. Also called drop-down menu or pull-down menu.
avoid using ("pop-up" has negative connotations. Use "drop-down" list or menu where possible
any menu that does not appear at the top of the screen in the menu bar. (may pop up or down)
A menu that is displayed at the location of a selected object. The menu contains commands that are relevant to the selection. áˆáˆ©á… á‹áˆá‹áˆ View