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Published on Mar 20, 2010
Tracking menus are a type of menu, developed in 2002, where the menu is sort of like the tracking symbol for the stylus or mouse. The "only" difference is that the menu only tracks when the actual mouse tracking cross hits the edge of the menu. When the tracking cross moves over top of the menu, rather than against the edge, it works like any other menu. Sounds simple, but it brings a lot of new capability, especially to pen-based systems like the Tablet-PC. They were first used in Alias Sketchbook Pro.
Ref: Fitzmaurice, G., Khan, A., Pieké, R., Buxton, W. & Kurtenbach, G. (2003). Tracking Menus. Proceedings of the ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology (UIST'03), 71-79.