I expect all the file context menu items be available:
in Command Palette
available in the list of hotkeys
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This surprises me. My impression has been that everything is in the command palette and some of it is also exposed elsewhere. Offhand I can’t point to a concrete source of that impression other than the palette is where the most commands are (I imagine if I sat and thought I might remember something I already knew isn’t in the palette). Obviously my mistake hasn’t caused me any practical problems. I don’t know if many people believe the same thing.
I understand that some of the file explorer context menu items are not in the three-dot menu for mostly space and clutter reasons, but I don’t understand why some commands must necessarily be invoked only by mouse and there is no way to use a keyboard.
I personally care mostly about the “Make a copy (duplicate)” command myself.