With FileMaker Pro Advanced, you can create your own custom menus. This is how you can change the commands and actions associated with the contextual menus.
You can create menu items that can perform a script, so pretty much anything can be acheived.
You are creating custom menu items. Do you have FMP Advanced? You’ll need it to create custom menu items.
Begin by opening a FileMaker database and then right or control clicking on different objects. If you click on a field the minimum you’ll see is Cut, Copy and Paste. If you click onto blank layout background you’ll see “Copy Record, New Record, Duplicate Record, Delete Record, Sort Records, etc”
Next you can create scripts. To see what is happening, make one called “annoying dialog” which displays a custom dialog.
Now you can go to File->Manage->Custom Menus. Create a new menu set and choose one of the standard items, such as Cut, and edit it. Make it use your script “annoying dialog”.
Make a layout that uses the custom menu set. When you use the Cut command on that layout you’ll see your annoying dialog.