I think they're referring to the Context Menu button on your standard 104-key keyboard (next to the right win-key or super-key). They might be calling it the 'right-mouse button' because on Windows it pulls up the same context menu the right mouse button does.
This is just another thing to turn normal consumers into pirates.
Sometimes when I'm trying to just find out how good of bandwidth a server has, I just wget some random giant file that's freely available on a big server. Windows Service Packs meet that requirement.
Not only that, but you *zoom in* on red-hot-midget-porn. Presumably because midgets are smaller and must be enlarged to show texture.
I've had several times where I'm testing a site in IE6, find a bug or quirk, then press Ctrl-N to open a new IE6 window, and browse to W3C (or other web development related site) to find a reference to that particular element and determine its compatibility with the browser I'm currently in. I'd say that's pretty common.
* Stand up.
Sorry, you lost me there.
That captcha looks painfully easy to break. All a bot would have to do is render the HTML to a image and OCR it.
This is why you have to learn to see in pseudo-3D. If you start watching 3D when you're young, your mind will become trained to it, and won't try to compensate of the lack of other depth queues.
Ben174 writes: "I've banked at a couple different banks and haven't yet been able to find one that offers the features I need. I'd like to find a bank that supports open standards, such exporting my statement data to a XML file format. I'd also like to write scripts to monitor my account and send me emails when my balance reaches X, or if a transaction occurs within X miles from my zip code. Do any banks currently support this?"