A simple device, resembling a button in form, so arranged that pushing it closes an electric circuit, as of an electric bell; -- called also button.
See command button.
n. A button, labeled with text, graphics, or both, that represents an action that will be initiated when a user selects it.
A control that appears as a rounded rectangle with a label. When the user clicks a push button, the action described by the label is immediately executed.
A button on a GUI that can be pushed by clicking on it with the left mouse button.
A master switch having a manually operable plunger or button for actuating the switch.
Describes a widget used to carry out a command or action when selected. A push button is known as a command button in MS Windows parlance.
an electrical switch operated by pressing a button; "the elevator was operated by push buttons"; "the push beside the bed operated a buzzer at the desk"
a component that contains a label and that generates an event when it is pressed
a control that displays a label or graphic that represents an action
a control that represents an action or dialog choice
a rectangle enclosing text specified in the window text parameter of the CreateWindow call
a rounded rectangle that is labeled with text
a small, rectangular object used to perform an action
a switch in the form of a button
A control that causes an immediate action. To press a push button on the screen, point to it and click the select button.
A graphic component that simulates a real-life push button. When you push the Push Button, by pressing a key or mouse button, an action takes place.
a rectangular figure which allows the user to execute a Command. When a Push Button has three dots following its label, choosing it causes a new Window to be displayed.
A control that immediately starts an action by an application, usually executing a command (such as Apply), displaying a window, or displaying a menu.
A user interface item that tells the Desktop to carry out an action. The OK and Cancel buttons in dialogs are examples of buttons.
A control that starts an action when it is chosen. OK, Cancel, and Help are examples of push buttons commonly found in dialogs.
The visible flush mechanism fitted to a tank equipped with flushing valve.Â A push button is activated manually.
A circuit controller operated by pushing a button, to open or close a circuit.