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I would actually consider this more than one control, two list boxes and several buttons. Using the terminology recommended by the Microsoft Manual of Style 4th edition, you would refer to the lists as "lists" within text. Example In the Available Tasks list, select a task, and then click the the > button. I would be leery to call it a "multiple ...


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As suggested on Kaylee Chatham's comment, it is also called multiple selection listbox or multiple choice listbox. As seen on number 6 in this confusing page I found, this could also be called an Accumulator: Description: When a user needs to select items from separate sets of search results or other large, unwieldy data sets- let them manipulate ...


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The prefix of nomial refers to the number of glyphs taking into account when determining kerning. Hence a binomial kerning table employs kerning pairs, while a polynomial kerning table considers kerning triplets, quadruplets, and so on. While this choice of words is somewhat justified by the Greek origin of binomial and polynomial meaning consisting of two/...


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Polynomial simply means consisting of several terms, as opposed to binomial consisting of only two terms. In most cases, kerning is the spacing between pairs of characters (binomial). It is however possible and useful to apply kerning based on a larger string of characters (polynomial). This is called contextual kerning. (As far as I'm aware, the term ...



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