Terminology for right-click, context menus
Does musescore documentation have a preferred style for "left click" and "right click"? It hasn't come up much in the pages I've edited so far, but is required for "Frames".
I use a left handed mouse and a graphics pad, so for me a right click is a left click or a high click, or the keyboard "context" key.
A quick review of the internet informs me that right clickers are in such a vast majority that to call a right click anything but a right click would just confuse the world.
I am further informed that Macintosh mouses now have more than one button (at last! I might get one), and they call them "primary" and "secondary". Also, I'm told touch screens require a "long tap" to bring up the context menu (just checked it works - never used it!)
Anyway has this been considered before? Does everyone in every language understand that a right click is a right click, even when it's not?
I guess it's always clear if you add the reason for the click, be it left or right - something like "Right click on the border of the frame to bring up the context menu..."