It’s usually one of the first parameter I have my trainees change. I want them to learn a good method of clicking in softwares.
for context, first choice means you always have to press you mouse button to do anything. start pressing move, stop pressing, tada, it’s a line.
thirst one means you work with small clicks. click at the beginning, move, get up, go away, come back, click at the end.
by default SU detects what you’re doing, but the first one is actually a bad habit on the long term. As someone who’s had a large amount of tendinitis in the wrist and shoulder, staying crispated on your mouse all the time is bad.
Plus, with the first mode, it’s harder to type stuff. The third mode is way chiller to use. just do small clicks.