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    to the right

    Hello everyone
    I'd like to ask about the meaning of the phrase "to the right". The situation is as follows: a reporter is showing her editor the footage she's recorded about hard life in Atlanta.

    Menus to the right of Annabella's recording gave her viewers the opportunity to see other aspects of the story, including interviews, full coverage of the concert, views of city from a variety of perspectives, the rad shower, the ion storm, and more, but Penny didn't bother with those. She had seen what she needed to see.

    Does the phrase "Menus to the right of Annabella's recording" mean 'menus in the right part of the screen'?


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    Re: to the right

    Yes. There would be a split screen, with Annabella's footage playing in the leftmost three-quarters, and to the right of this/on the right hand side of the screen, the menu/list of choices for showing other aspects of life in Atlanta.

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    Re: to the right

    Quote Originally Posted by David L. View Post
    Yes. There would be a split screen, with Annabella's footage playing in the leftmost three-quarters, and to the right of this/on the right hand side of the screen, the menu/list of choices for showing other aspects of life in Atlanta.
    Thank you very much, David L.!

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