Hover over an area with your cursor to see the distance between where you are and the nearest clinic.
Dora is seen getting dressed as a mermaid by a cursor being manned by some omniscient game player.
Do a video search and you instantly get a giant page of thumbnails—roll the cursor over one and it starts playing right there.
Pop-up notes will be seen by placing the cursor over the affected word.
Scroll the cursor over the word and the original text will appear.
Position your cursor over the following Greek text β to see its transliteration.
Hover the cursor over the word and the nature of the correction should appear.
The original text appears when the cursor is hovered over the marked text.
Hover the cursor over the text, and the nature of the correction should appear.
Hover the cursor over the marked text, and an explanation should appear.
computer sense is 1967 extension of name for the sliding part of a slide rule or other instrument (1590s), earlier "a running messenger" (c.1300), from Latin cursor "runner," also "errand-boy," from curs-, past participle stem of currere "to run" (see current (adj.)).