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I would use tap when writing documentation for mobile devices such as
On Sat, May 16, 2020 at 2:48 PM Lin Laurie <linlaurie1 -at- hotmail -dot- com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I apologize if this has been discussed recently but I am getting ready to
> teach a class and am writing documentation for my students. I just tried
> looking this question up using Google, Amazon, and Microsoft and couldn't
> get a good answer.
> I know when to use Select vs. Click, but are we including tap now? If I
> know my writing could or is definitely going to be accessed by phone, I'd
> say yes, but if we aren't sure, what's the general rule? We're going to be
> creating responsive HTML output for some projects, BTW.
> Does anyone have an opinion?
> Lin Laurie
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