How to make changes in faceplate right click menu
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Late answer (have had to prioritize regular case work...).
Currently, 800xA offers very little possibility to control what is shown in the context menu.
Pure aspects (alarm list, event list, trend, faceplate, etc) can be hidden using the filter mechanism (that can be adjusted per user and even per node/group if I remember correct)
Verbs (Open, Close, Start, Stop, etc) can not be altered; Rob was onto this.
If an object has a verb, it will be shown. Verbs stem from Script aspects, have a look at e.g. what AC400 Connect has built-in. Its rather easy to write own verbs for "Connect X". I believe I have answered on this forum how to find the Control Connection Aspect (CCA)'s ID which is needed if your connect has anything else, e.g. AC800 Connect.
Commands to invoke Control Builder, Graphics Builder, etc appear if Role requirement is met. E.g. Application Engineer role is needed to use the graphics builder.
Later versions have "grouping" possibility so that multiple graphic aspects are listed below a submenu instead of one-by-one on the context menu.
Apart from the above, I guess you have to live with what the system brings.
Please feel free to forward any requests to your regional sales representative for consideration in next version, etc. of System 800xA.
Have a look in the operator Workplace Configuration manual 3BSE030322-510 for information on how to configure the right click Context Menu, starting page 150
The various object commands are also contained in "Verb Maps" as Hot key actions. I cant find a description in the manuals anywhere and I have not looked at these for a long time, but if I remember correctly they are also related to the right click context menu.
( It would be good if someone has a better answer, but Imho, I suspect the effort involved in doing this is going to be excessive and you would be better filing the operator request in the round filing bin beside your desk :p
The right click menu will not interfere with normal operations, and if/when they start using it they may even find it quite usefull. )