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I think that the best is to call the context menu by its name. Not only this is the correct term, but it's also self-explanatory. Your documentation should make sure at the very beginning that the user knows how to make the context menu pop out (right click, double tap, etc.). If it's an in-app documentation, explain the way to do that in the current OS. If ...


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In an online or in-app documentation, it is possible to detect the OS and to tailor the message for the right OS. Though it might be wise to display a manual switch of the target OS if a user might check the documentation on their mobile devices while actually working on a PC/Mac. For a default if OS-detection fails, my experience is that the ...



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