On Sun, October 28, 2007 6:38 pm, Patrick H. Lauke wrote:
> 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
> --
> Patrick H. Lauke
> ______________________________________________________________


That may well be true, but irrelevant to this discussion.

Tee was enlarging the clickable area of a "skip to content" link with the
intention of making it easier to use.





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