This is minor because it's easy to work around it, but here goes.
I'm assuming that to display menus that do things on Code Writer and specially to select different file tabs, I have to either open the charms bar or aim at a minuscule three dots icon at the bottom. But umm, Microsoft killed the charms bar on Windows 10 by default, gods bless their souls, and the three dots are nearly invisible. I noted I can turn off context menu and have the useful bars by right-clicking, which is great, but hidden in alternative configurations. That probably should come by default, and is a fine workaround, but either way, what I think is a problem is to depend on the deprecated charms bar and lose context menus in the process of working around it.
Thanks for giving it some thought and sorry for flooding the forums with my rebellious ideas. ;-)
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