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When to use reversed/mirror arrow cursor?
Is there an established pattern for when to use a reversed (right-pointing) arrow? I most frequently notice it in Outlook on part--but not all--of messages in my inbox: My Google-fu failed at finding ...
Feb 25 '13 at 21:11
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