Stuart Foulstone wrote:
But the point is that, this accessibility feature is for people who can't
use a mouse - i.e. they cannot "click" anywhere.

In general parlance, "click" has become the general term for "activate". Keyboard users won't walk away offended by the use of that term (just the same way that, for instance, a blind colleague I used to work with generally used the phrase "see you later").

P
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