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mouse·o·ver

 (mous′ō′vər)
n.
A feature of a webpage or GUI that causes a pop-up box to appear or other change to occur when the pointer is held over a particular object or area of the screen.

mouseover

(ˈmaʊsˌəʊvə)
n
(Computer Science) computing (on the page of a website) an item, esp a graphic, that changes or pops up when the pointer of a mouse moves over it
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However, the student may not see the arrow, which appears as a feature called mouseover, only enabled if the mouse pointer reaches the lower part of the screen.
0 enables users to define multiple clickable regions on images, which can contain mouseover tooltips, links to Confluence pages or content, or links to external URLs.
Forecasters can further interrogate the information presented in the web-based CFSv2 Chiclet Chart when they mouseover highlighted days to reveal CONUS maps of daily-averaged SCP grids (grid boxes and red contours), as well as the 24-h convective quantitative precipitation forecasts (QPF, color filled) to identify spatial patterns and locations where these fields overlap (Fig.
The controller s hover detection changes the fundamental navigation functions on mobile devices by emulating the mouseover feature of personal computers, delivering easier, more accurate interface navigation.
A mouseover on production icons gives a quick preview that includes composer, librettist, conductor, principals, running time, and short description of the production.
Some other technology words that enter the Oxford English June 2013 edition are big data, crowdsourcing, e-reader, mouseover, redirect (the noun), and stream (the verb).
Our present attempt is to highlight, and add to the mouseover, when a tab contains an item that closely matches the search statement.
The mouseover function, for instance, reveals hotspots and may trigger responses from the text, as in Andy Campbell's "Dim O'Gauble"' where arrows guide navigation and hidden hotspots.
Examples include Wake-Up on Approach, Position Tracking, Flick Gestures, Circle Gestures and Symbol Gestures to perform functions such as on/off, open application, point, click, zoom, scroll, free-space mouseover and many others.
For example, subject indexing is the latest innovation to provide signposts to navigate students toward different subjects and move them through subject areas that they may not be intimately familiar with and preview material using a simple mouseover.
and where] links go every which way, from word to navigational apparatus to image to mouseover to animated graphic [.
It would also be good to check if the URL on mouseover tallies with the URL stated in the e-mail