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  • adj. Capable of being focused.


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  • THE H7R IS said to be the first LED headlamp that combines a dimming function, a focusable light, and a rechargeable battery, but the reason I keep strapping it on my forehead is power.

    Best of the Best: Top New Outdoor Gadgets of 2008

  • Alexis took it from her trembling hand, held it at a focusable distance, and began to read.

    High School Confidential

  • In edit mode all correct letters are shown and empty cells are visible and focusable.

    KDE UserBase - Recent changes [en]

  • - The Z-Finder offers 3x focusable magnification, an eyecup preventing extraneous light leakage, and is custom-fit for 76mm diag.

    PR Leap - Recent News Releases

  • Incorporated as a part of the built-in turret assembly is a focusable Bertrand lens, photomask reticle and dark slide..


  • This light is unique in that it has a focusable lens and is super bright.

    The Gadgeteer

  • From what I've found, the skins that Adobe offers are accessible, but you do not have control over button labels or which items are focusable.

    SitePoint » News & Trends

  • The HTML 5 spec respects these platform differences, and defers the definition of what elements should be focusable to the browser, which ultimately respects the conventions of the underlying operating system.

    The WHATWG Blog

  • The long answer is that virtually anything can be focusable, because HTML 5 standardizes a crucial accessibility feature that most modern browsers now implement, namely that any element can have a tabindex attribute.

    The WHATWG Blog

  • The behavior looks like it's doing a tab (8 spaces) and another 'real' tab by shifting the focus to the next focusable object.



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