point-and-click

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point-and-click ‎(not comparable)

  1. (computing) With which the user interacts by pointing and clicking, using a mouse or similar device.
    • 2007, Mark J P Wolf, The Video Game Explosion
      Carrying on the Sierra On-Line tradition of point-and-click adventure, Roberta Williams and Jane Jensen created two classics of the interactive movie genre.
  2. (photography, of a camera) Point-and-shoot.