I asked a question just now.

Right clicking the 3 vertical dots (Kebab) button at the top right hand corner, would launch this menu ...

I am not quite sure if it is appropriate I used at here.

before I post the question, I've googled. and I got this

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I also searched on dictionary.cambridge and find nothing.

at, in, or on, which one paired "the top right hand corner" is more appropriate?

  • fu DL, do a little more research on "in/on/at" in ELL and ELU, and edit your question to include what you find. You will get more answers if your post shows good research effort. – AIQ Oct 2 '19 at 8:59
  • Native speaker here, with formal study in language/grammar, working in technology, so I literally write about the corners of screens all the time. And - I have no idea how to answer this, so, you'll certainly be understood with any of those. =) They're mostly interchanegable. What I can say: 'On' colocates with 'screen', 'at' is often used at the start of a sentence. – BadZen Nov 27 '19 at 18:45

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