Re: "Click on" or "click"
I'd beinterested in the feedback on this, as well, because I keep receiving conflicting reports. Actually, I'd like to expand the list of "how do you describe the activating action" elements, as well:I'm surprised that a humble two-letter preposition could generate half the mail on the list today. At the risk of sounding as though I'm in an endless loop, whether "click" or "click on" is used is largely irrelevant. I can't even say that consistency matters much in this case, because the difference is so small.
However, just to muddy the water, and to make the insecure even less secure, let me add to the madness and observe that Palm prefers to instruct users to "tap" an item.
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