From Slide 16 of https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1EA-qGEjhkebW9IbUZ_fv_XYflu5dlutc60Nw57nT5sQ/edit#slide=id.g18289739c9_3_7 Anytime clicking on some area will result in some action (for example, clicking on a label for a checkbox), the cursor should have cursor: pointer set on it.
7 months ago
Hi Tina, this behavior is not normal platform behavior for Windows. I used the Windows 10 Settings app as a comparison. They only change to the pointer cursor for links. I think we should close this bug as wontfix. Can you provide some rationale of going against platform conventions here?
Hi Jared, I think your suggestion makes sense to me. I just removed the indicator rule. I wonder if we have another bug for the width of the action area?
Hi Tina, the width of the action area was filed as bug 1330121.
Great! Then I'm OK with closing this bug.