use the pop-up menus to label the following statements as either true of false.
This is a true statement because we all have our own unique definitions of self. If you don’t understand how it works, don’t bother to answer.
This is a False statement if you do not understand the pop-up menus. I mean I know I dont use them all the time, but what I do use them for I usually just type it in the search box. You can change this in your settings if you want.
In the same way that we use the pop-up menus to label our thoughts about ourselves, we use them to label our thoughts about the world. If you think about the different pop-up menus, you use them to label yourself about the world, or you use them to label the world about you.
In Deathloop, you can also use the pop-up menus to label whether or not you “know” it’s a True or False statement. You can both. I mean, yeah, I know I do, but I don’t have the time or the power to keep track of all these different statements that I can only type into the box.
It’s like, when you’re a child and you’re walking down the street and you see a car crash and you think, “Oh, they’re just kids playing. Everyone around here is really cool, though, they’re really good at playing cars,” you can use pop-up menus to label this as true or false. So you can use pop-up menus to label yourself as being cool, or using pop-up menus to label yourself as not cool.
Some people have a hard time with pop-up menus. For someone that has never used them I find them frustrating. For someone that has used them they can be a real lifesaver. They add a level of accuracy to your life that you need to have to make sure you are using them correctly.
I have a hard time with pop-up menus too, but have found the accuracy they add in my life to be fairly good. I believe it is because pop-up menus are so quick. In most situations you are more likely to make a mistake with a quick menu than with some sort of hard to use menu.
The problem is that some pop-up menus are more confusing than others. Some include a list of options that are not immediately clear to the user. Sometimes the options are in a listbox and most of the time they are not. Other times the options are in a box and they are not. I think the confusion is that pop-up menus are designed to be hard to understand and take a long time to click on.