move mode

move mode

[′müv ‚mōd]
(computer science)
A method of communicating between an operating program and an input/output control system in which the data records to be read or written are actually moved into and out of program-designated memory areas.
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Easy-to-use auto focus that features a nine-point select mode to set the desired focusing point from nine different frames, and "free move mode," which can move the desired focus point.
When the cancel button is pressed again, the target move mode is cancelled.
Each concept can be set to MOVE mode in which case the user can manipulate the position and orientation of the concept representation, or it can be set to INFO mode in which case the user can access information by selecting a sub-object.
And, the FLASH 101 keyboard's Move Mode lets users quickly swap key locations to facilitate comfort and ease of use.
Move mode lets the user flip, rotate, align, push, and move individual components or groups of components.