mouse button

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Noun1.mouse button - a push button on the mousemouse button - a push button on the mouse    
computer mouse, mouse - a hand-operated electronic device that controls the coordinates of a cursor on your computer screen as you move it around on a pad; on the bottom of the device is a ball that rolls on the surface of the pad; "a mouse takes much more room than a trackball"
push button, button, push - an electrical switch operated by pressing; "the elevator was operated by push buttons"; "the push beside the bed operated a buzzer at the desk"
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The finger stops at the side of each mouse button kept my clumsy fingers from falling off, which is something that has happened more times than I would like to admit.
A simpler change, that will also save significant amounts of time, is that clicking the right mouse button now has the same effect as pressing "Applya or "OKa on all forms.
Gradations while scrolling with the wheel are precise, and the middle mouse button gives good tactile response and a solid clicking noise.
Bosses at the UHCW NHS Trust want most patients to find the information they need with just two clicks of a mouse button.
Times how long you can hold your mouse button down.
Now move your cursor to where you want to place the button, left-click and hold down the mouse button as you draw the button icon to the size you want and release the mouse button.
A cellular communications link provides position updates that can be displayed and monitored on a secure Web page, permitting access to real-time monitoring and histories with a click of a mouse button.
Architectural plans for buildings that exist (and even buildings that no longer exist) can be found at the click of a mouse button.
This virtual microscope allows students to receive high-resolution images of individual tissue slides instantaneously the click of a mouse button.
To go back to the previous page using gestures in Opera, you hold down the left mouse button while swishing the mouse from right to left.
The hi-tech exam, which was introduced in November last year, asks learner drivers to identify potential dangers on real- life video footage by clicking a mouse button.