Re: Click or Click on vs. Press
someone chose press instead of click or click on. E.g., Press the
back button to return to a previous screen.
First, by now it's 'click'. Of course.
Second, the 'press' advocate needs to be marginalized now, or you'll be dealing with idiosyncratic noise forever.
If that's impossible, defuse with 'choose'. Not ideal, but at least the nonsense is over.
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