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Yes this does create an issue for those who are left handed and the use of 'secondary click' is technically a better option and more inclusive, however, with touch interfaces, you have to achieve this with a touch and hold. may be better providing a download button which uses a single 'normal click' or screen tap


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As a left handed mouse user who uses his mouse with swapped buttons i find the terms left click and right click not confusing but i do find them noninclusive on windows or mac i find Primary and secondary click just fine as the context fits if a mouse is used with changed settings. in windows settings under mouse the term "primary button" is used. however in ...


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Restricted to technical interest groups Accessibility and value of numeronyms are restricted to technical groups where their meaning is well recognised and their shortness pays off when writing. So numeronyms within these groups may be frequently used, have the function of an exclusive code, and within this restricted areas can be regarded as accessible. ...


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It is most certainly not accessible. Even if you get into a speciality field that uses these numeronyms and you start discovering them it would still take a while to learn them and they are quite difficult to remember unless you use them frequently. Another example would be v12n that means virtualization. I find there are no means to understand it when you ...


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It should not cause any confusion, given that the context makes it clear that it is not a noun. The real difference between "resume" and "continue" in UX is whether or not the user paused the task and launching it again (resume) or simply going to the next step (continue). Resume = start again from the point where you stopped. Continue = go to the ...


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