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Subject:Re: Speed menu vs shortcut menu From:Kirsty -dot- Taylor -at- mincom -dot- com To:techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com Date:Thu, 19 Feb 2004 08:49:11 +1000
Thanks for the replies about speed menu vs shortcut menu. It seems I
jumped in and guessed that this term was an industry term rather than an
application term. Looks like speed menu may be Business Objects specific.
FWIW, our application runs on Windows and a couple of varieties of UNIX
(and one or two other platforms). It doesn't run on Macintosh, so
click/right-click is not an issue (except where using a non-GUI
interface). Customers will be accessing our app and Business Objects
through a Windows based GUI or a browser interface. They could use
keyboard commands, but our default is to be mouse-based, in the interest
of teaching one recommended way of doing things, not every possible way of
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