|Browser Context Menu and Selectable Content [message #1042416]
||Tue, 16 April 2013 12:03
| Sebastien Arod
Registered: July 2009
RWT suppresses the Browser Context Menu and prevents user to select the content of most widgets. This is fine for most application and it totally makes sense to allow usage of RWT defined Context Menus and right click events management.
However when application does not rely on right click events it would be nice to have a way to reenable default browser behaviour. This would allow user to use the services provided by his browser like the "Search in google <selected-text>" action in Firefox or even some actions provided by a browser plug-in like. It would also allow to copy and paste the content of a whole form. Basically it would make the application feel like a more "standard" web application.
So my question is: is there a way to disable right click events capture and to reenable user selectable content for a whole EntryPoint or for some widgets?
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