Sorry for the late reply; this request slipped through the cracks.
We will discuss this internally, but Insert Object Name applies to all node types including Connections, Folders, etc. that does not have any qualifiers like catalog or schema and offers no configuration options. If you instead set Drop Database Objects in SQL Editor to Launch Scripting Feature, you can choose to qualify the name when dropping a database object and generating a SELECT, INSERT, etc. statement based on the object. It looks like you are already aware of this, so please let us know why that is not a better option.
DbVisualizer 10.0.7 is now released with capability to qualify tables when DnD. This is controlled in the Connection Properties under Qualifiers and the Scripting setting.
SWEET! I'm excited for this enhanced functionality. You all are just great with your fast continued support and willingness to listen to user's feedback. THANK YOU!
I personally love the fact that the "Drop Database Objects in SQL Editor" setting is available. I always set it to "Insert Object Name".
I'd personally like to see this Tool Setting expanded to include a third option: "Insert [Schema].[ObjectName]"
Current functionality provides the table name but if you're crossing schema's you really need to specify what you're hitting. Providing that value in addition to the object name would be a welcome enhancement in my opinion.