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You've got it almost right. The Enter key and the OK button Enter is the access key for the OK button, by default. As with all defaults, the user's actions can modify this. In the case of Enter and OK, users can only modify this temporarily, because the dialog box will (is supposed to) revert to the default. At times the OK button cannot be accessed by ...


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This really depends on the usage behavior of your app. If you're able to provide some direct helpful actions in the "ContextMenu" then please use a contextmenu on click. So the user is able to interact with your app without opening it (= fast access). Best example would be the power mode of Windows 8.1, see screenshot. Here is the Windows 10 screenshot. ...


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An opinion from the other side: Oh my word I love this behaviour. I have moved to a Mac for work and I miss it dearly. When you're working on or reading a document or webpage, you can grab the bar scroll up or down to check something, and then drop it again to continue from where you were. As has been said here already, it's about cancelling an operation ...



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