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Say you want to have disable all run-time shortcut menus save a few. If you have many FP controls this either means disabling all run-time shortcut menus but a few (very tedious) or unchecking the "Allow default run-time shortcut menus" option in VI Properties and re-creating every menu item (also tedious and not even possible for all shortcut menu items like those in arrays).
Options like "Enable Run-Time Shortcut Menu" should be on tab control page for the specific control, thus allowing this property to be set for multiple controls at once. Also, it doesn't make sense for a control specific property to be stuck with the rest of the "Window Appearance" properties.
There are also other properties that would benefit from the move to the control properties' tab control:
-Skip while tabbing (on the properties tab control, but not setable if multiple controls have been selected)
I'm sure there are others that people can list in the comments.