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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The spot featured the feline encountering a Commodore, then pushing the mouse around with its paw.
He draws a line with his mouse around one of the orchards and tags it to the category "orchard." Now, it is "vectorized" and searchable.
That means you can launch programs, move the mouse around the display with your finger, and use gestures such as two-finger scroll.
Once the Doodle loads it will prompt you to "click around to make your own visual music composition." Once you move your mouse around the screen you'll see lines of diamond shapes.
She likes to chase her toy mouse around the floor and likes eating tuna Morris and Charlie.
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.
As I moved my mouse around the screen and spoke, the software captured it all and combined it as a single video file.
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.