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It's not the pressing down of the mouse button that initiates the command, it's the release of the mouse button. So when you accidentally click something but haven't released yet, you move the mouse away from the link really quick and then release, amirite?

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I imagine this must have been really difficult to put into words, amirite?

mich_s avatar mich_ Yeah You Are +8Reply
@mich_ I imagine this must have been really difficult to put into words, amirite?

I could have just started at, "When you accidentally click something but haven't...." haha

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I had to try this out on the YYA button. Lol.

LilLuvYalls avatar LilLuvYall Yeah You Are +1Reply

This is not an amirite... This is a guide to computer n00bs.

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@This is not an amirite... This is a guide to computer n00bs.

I think lots of people have figured this out regardless of their computer skill level.

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