And if it doesn’t have a hand cursor, it’s not?
Adam Silver

You’re missing the point. I never said that if it does not have a hand cursor it’s not clickable. My point was simply that it’s automatically recognized that if it does have a hand cursor it’s clickable. There’s no “training” the end user on this. People just know.

So if we use a hand cursor for a button it shouldn’t be frowned upon.

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