touch screen

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touch screen

In computing and electronic health records, a touch-sensitive display screen. Pressing a finger onto the screen at various points allows the user to select options from a menu or enter data.
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Potentially, this double tap feature would also be available for that next generation AirPods and other features could also be added for user comfort.
I advocate students replace the double tap with a plan to shoot every round you brought, one round at a time until you get target compliance.
Had I tried to use it as a bear gun, double taps would have been impossible.
To change the zoom level, users can double tap on the screen with two fingers and slide.
The TapFly function in DJI Go app double tap a destination on the screen, and the Phantom 4 will calculate the best route to the destination, while avoiding obstacles.
The report further said that under Obama, the US drone operators began practising 'signature strikes', in which targets are chosen based on suspicious behaviour, 'double tap', in which same place is bombed in quick succession, among other tactics in which a lot of innocents lives have been lost as well.
I should also mention I figured a double tap with an FP45 took about 90 seconds.
SMOKE: Actress Heather Locklear plays a crack addict in Double Tap
A double tap as described here, involves two shots fired as rapidly and as close together on the target as possible.
Another feature that is set to arrive for the Essential Phone is double tap to wake functionality.
It lets users perform different actions by simply tapping the edges of the phone like single tap to click a photo and double tap to go back.