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    Question. I've a search bar in front of me which works with two databases, there are two search buttons. If I type and key enter it searches the first of the buttons. Is they any particular key press I can do to "click" the second button without using my mouse?
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    (Original post by G8D)
    Question. I've a search bar in front of me which works with two databases, there are two search buttons. If I type and key enter it searches the first of the buttons. Is they any particular key press I can do to "click" the second button without using my mouse?
    why not use the enter based function to find out
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    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    why not use the enter based function to find out
    What?
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    (Original post by G8D)
    Question. I've a search bar in front of me which works with two databases, there are two search buttons. If I type and key enter it searches the first of the buttons. Is they any particular key press I can do to "click" the second button without using my mouse?
    By default, no. If a form has two submit buttons, the browser will generally just use the first when enter is pressed (though I don't think that behaviour is actually defined in any specs).

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