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Sigma KEE - RightCIButton

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(disjoint RightCIButton LeftCIButton) ComputerInput.kif 202-202
(disjoint RightCIButton MiddleCIButton) ComputerInput.kif 218-218
(documentation RightCIButton EnglishLanguage "A ComputerInputButton in the middle of a row of three ComputerInputButtons.") ComputerInput.kif 216-217
(documentation RightCIButton EnglishLanguage "A ComputerInputButton logically on the right side of a set of ComputerInputButtons. Normally, the PhysicalRightCIButton. A computer system may be told to logically switch the right and left buttons (e.g., for a person who uses a mouse in the left hand -- in such a case, the RightCIButton is the leftmost physical button.") ComputerInput.kif 192-195
(subclass RightCIButton ComputerInputButton) ComputerInput.kif 191-191

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(disjoint ComputerKeyboardKey RightCIButton) ComputerInput.kif 241-241
(termFormat EnglishLanguage RightCIButton "right CI button") domainEnglishFormat.kif 65794-65794


        (instance ?MID MiddleCIButton)
        (component ?MID ?DEV)
        (instance ?DEV ComputerInputDevice))
    (exists (?LEFT ?RIGHT)
            (instance ?RIGHT RightCIButton)
            (instance ?LEFT LeftCIButton)
            (component ?RIGHT ?DEV)
            (component ?LEFT ?DEV)
            (between ?LEFT ?MID ?RIGHT)
            (orientation ?MID ?LEFT Left)
            (orientation ?MID ?RIGHT Right))))
ComputerInput.kif 224-237
    (instance ?ACT RightClicking)
    (exists (?R_BUTTON)
            (patient ?ACT ?R_BUTTON)
            (instance ?R_BUTTON RightCIButton))))
ComputerInput.kif 1462-1467

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