needs to be reported upstream if it's still an issue

** Changed in: gnome-control-center (Ubuntu)
       Status: New => Won't Fix

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Title:
  Text is misleading in Universal Access settings panel

Status in gnome-control-center package in Ubuntu:
  Won't Fix

Bug description:
  On the Pointing and Clicking page of the Universal Access settings
  panel there is a toggle for a "Simulated Secondary Click". By
  conventional American English, a "secondary" click would perhaps be
  the second click of a double-click, but really it just doesn't make
  any sense. What is meant is a click of the second button on a pointing
  device, or what is most commonly known as a "right-click". If the word
  "secondary" must be kept, it would be better to say "secondary button
  click".

  The effect described in the text does not match what happens. It says,
  "Trigger a secondary click by holding down the primary button". When
  this is enabled, the effect is that the right-click happens when the
  button is released, not when it is held down. The text should perhaps
  read "Trigger a right-click by holding down then after a delay
  releasing the primary button."

  Perhaps the text is correct and the behavior is not?

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