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Motif and CDE 2.1 Style Guide Reference
Touch Adjust Click Technique
The touch adjust click technique is an adjustment selection technique in
which a set of elements already identified as the current selection region can
be extended by identifying an element to be added to the set. The following
describes the steps for mouse-based and keyboard-based techniques:
Mouse-based touch adjust click techniqueClick the ADJUST button on the adjustment element.
Keyboard-based touch adjust click techniqueWith the cursor on the adjustment element, press Shift Select, Shift Space
(unless in text), or Ctrl Shift Space.
When to Use
RecommendedSupport the touch adjust click technique whenever you support the touch
adjust swipe technique.
RequiredWhen the user presses the ADJUST button or presses Shift Select, Shift
Space (unless in text), or Ctrl Shift Space, add the adjustment element to the
current selection region.
RequiredIf the current selection region did not previously define an anchor point,
define it to be the adjustment element.
RequiredAfter the user uses a mouse-based touch adjust click technique, place the
active cursor on one of the following:
If it is a graphics cursor, at the point at which the ADJUST button was
On the adjustment element
Essential Related Topics
For more information, see the Adjustment Techniques and Selection
Techniques reference pages.
Supplemental Related Topics
For more information, see the Area Adjust Click Technique, Range Adjust
Click Technique, Selection Models, Selection Modes, Selection Policies, Touch
Adjust Swipe Technique, and Touch Swipe Technique reference pages.
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