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Can you provide more info on your app? I am assuming it's Windows-based. But
what does it do? Also, can you give us an inclusive list of "anything the
programmer wants to define"? Without these, I personally can't come up with
any useful terms... I think that perhaps you are looking for a generic term
that doesn't exist (at least that I know of), and perhaps having this info
would help everyone come up with a term that would be appropriate for your
Omega Research, Inc.
From: Beth Kane [mailto:bethkane -at- tcisolutions -dot- com]
Is there really this much disagreement about what to call this? I've had the
most consensus on calling it ToolTips (about three people), which surprised
me. More feedback, please!