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Dah. The one that says "Yes"? :-) You've been busy tonight, Dagmar.
Apart from the green "enter" button there is a dark green "yes" button to the left, so which one they are talking about. ??? :))))
Always nice to know what to do, right, Magda?
nice to know!
Good for you, Laurajane. LOL
YES I will. Hahahahaha
It's only that the YES buttom is at the wrong place, the one who made this did not do the study "industrial design".But it looks funny and make s a nice puzzle.
We are very conditioned creatures, don't you think? We have to be told to press "Yes" rather than "Enter." :-)) Thanks, Hanne.
I think so too, people pressed Enter instead of!! Thanks so very much Ardy!!
Good morning, Edie. Thanks for stopping by. Pressing "Enter" is necessary so much of the time that I think we all do it almost automatically.
Yes, it is unusual Ardy but I think Barb is right. People are so used to pushing enter. Driving to cottage I always saw a sign that said do not stop on railway tracks. My guess it's all protection against law suits.
Barb, I think you have uncovered the reason for the sign. Whatever that keypad is for, I bet lots of people were pressing "Enter" when they needed "Yes" Thanks for your insight. Have a great day.
Hi Robbie. Good to see you bright and early this morning. I actually get up about 5 so I can have a brief chat with Kirsten before she goes to bed. Next Sunday we go back on Daylight Saving Time so can sleep until 6. I'm in Maryland. Thanks for coming by.
And some people would automatically press the 'Enter' button. Cute one, Ardy.And Robbie, you're right, it is early here at almost 6:30. Ardy and I are in the same time zone. :-)
Hi Ardy, you must be up early this morning, 7.15am here and the East coast is an hour behind, cannot remember where you are. Anyway, I am sure glad that 'YES' button is marked clearly, I would be pressing the 'NO' button for sure!!!!!! Thanks.