Right click functionality while tagging content in accessibility suite.
Problem Description: While remediating document for accessibility in Adobe Acrobat Pro DC, Visual Tags that are assigned can sometimes be stacked or overlayered (<P>, <H1>, <TOC>, etc.) on top of the tagged text. This makes it difficult to ISOLATE AND KNOW the layered tag that you would like to right-click on the output display.
Steps to Reproduce: //Open a Table of Contents in Adobe Acrobat Pro DC/ Open Accessibility Checker and check document/ Click on Tags Icon in Accessibility Menu/ Click on Reading Order/ go to body of document/ Identify tags that look like they are overlayered on top of each other/ Left click tag and wait until it turns blue/ Right click cluster of Tags where top tag on output display is blue/
Actual Result: Output Display shows condensed right-click menu for unknown tag (Up to 10+ right clicks) or shows expanded menu for unknown tag.
Expected Result: Output Display shows expanded right-click menu for specific tag.
Any Workarounds: (Just an idea and is Unimplemented and Untested) When Output display shows tags that are overlayered on text as well as other tags, the first right-click will let you choose which element of the overlayered cluster of tags to apply the right-click to.