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    Adding such a feature is quite important.

    Logos' use of the context menu is laudable - it surfaces many of the program's advanced functions in an easy-to-use manner, and specifically in the context of where the user is currently working.

    However, L6 has shown that an unbounded approach to use of the context menu is not scalable. In addition to adding new features, they have added iconography and other extraneous elements. This has two effects. The more important one is that the context menu is now slow to display and be usable. This will only be exacerbated as more features are added. The other one is that important functions are not visible when it appears, and you have to scroll down to access those menu entries.

    So user-level customizability would be very helpful, while still allowing access to the full context menu via something like "shift + right-click." I personally would remove much of the context menu and put things like prioritized resources much higher.

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