Context: There is an active selection on the canvas. (This structure can be atom, bond, group, etc.) Right-clicking on the selected structure.
Duplicate: Makes a duplicate from the selected structure.
Cut: Puts the selected structure to the clipboard, and removes it from its original place on the canvas.
Copy: Creates a copy of the structure to the clipboard.
Attached Data...: opens Attached Data dialog window. (Only active, when whole compound is selected.)
+ R-group attachment : gives an R-group attachment to the atom
- R-group attachment : removes an R-group attachment from the atom
Atom properties : Opens the Atom properties dialog window, where the properties of all the selected atoms can be changed.
Bond properties : Opens the Bond properties dialog window, where the properties of all the selected bonds can be changed.
Mirror horizontally : Mirrors a selected molecule or fragment horizontally.
Mirror vertically : Mirrors a selected molecule or fragment vertically.
Flip horizontally: Rotates the selected structural part with 180° around the horizontal axis in the plane of the drawing. Keeps the stereo configuration.
Flip vertically : Rotates the selected structural part with 180° around the vertical axis in the plane of the drawing. Keeps the stereo configuration.
Absolute stereo **(chiral)*** : Sets the "Absolute" chiral flag on the entire structure, indicating that the molecule represents a single, well-defined stereoisomer.
R-logic: Opens R-logic dialog. (Only active, when R-group definition is on the canvas.)
***** Absolute stereo flag is displayed only when the chiral flag visibility is turned on in View Settings dialog.
1. Context: There is a reaction on the canvas, more than one agents (components under and above the arrow) are selected. Right-clicking on the selected structure.
Merge Agents: Groups the selected structures, therefore these will be handled as one compound during export.
2. Context: There is a reaction on the canvas, merged agent is part of the selection. Right-clicking on one atom or bond in the selected structure.
Unmerge Agent(s): Ungroups all the groups of the selection, therefore these components will be handled as separate molecules during the export.