mouse around

mouse around

To explore public portions of a large system, especially a network such as Internet via FTP or TELNET, looking for interesting stuff to snarf.
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That means you can launch programs, move the mouse around the display with your finger, and use gestures such as two-finger scroll.
Once you move your mouse around the screen you'll see lines of diamond shapes.
Also adapted from a bestseller by Dan Brown, it jettisons the ponderous dialogue of its predecessor in favour of a protracted game of cat and mouse around Rome as Langdon works to solve the murder of physicist Father Silvano Bentivoglio.
Also adapted from a best-seller by Dan Brown, it jettisons the ponderous dialogue of its predecessor in favour of a protracted game of cat and mouse around Rome as Langdon works to solve a physicist's murder.
The woman at the desk stared intently at her monitor, darted her mouse around furiously and insisted she was busy and that he would have to wait.
This means batting a toy mouse around the floor is adequate, but jumping to catch a toy mouse dangling from a string is excessive.
In fact, as you read this I'll be chasing a big-eared mouse around a theme park near Paris.
Laptop owners whose notebooks support multi-touch gestures will find the switch easier than people who need to mouse around the OS.
Sometimes it's worked out pretty well the Xbox 360 made Microsoft a real gaming company, while the Arc Touch Mouse is the best mouse around .
Adapted from the best-selling book by Dan Brown, Angels & Demons is an action-packed game of cat and mouse around Rome and the lean and mechanical script trades in the convoluted history lessons and spurious mythology for unabashed thrills.
html, is a Java-based applet that provides a number of brush sizes and creates colorful kaleidoscope pictures by simply dragging the mouse around the canvas area.