You can achieve the desired result by creating a custom content builder
for the context menu and modifying the Construct method. By default, the table-related items are added to the menu when the current caret position is in a table, so all you have to do is add them when the caret is not in a table too:
ContextMenuGroupCollection contextMenuGroupCollection =
Note that though the items will be visible, the commands will be disabled unless in the context of table.
I hope this helps!
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