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Star Wars Episode 2: Attack of the Clones - The Button with Many Uses
When Obi Wan sends the message for help to Anakin and Amidala, Amidala presses a red button in order to transmit the message to the Jedi council. A minute later she presses the same red button in order to view a map of a galaxy, without first doing anything which might be expected to change the function of the button.
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Jabba the Hutt on 06-04-2002
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Lanier writes:
She was holding a "shift" button with her other hand, offscreen.
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Weave writes:
True. Even on our computers we have buttons which perform multiple functions. For example. The left button on your mouse can perform numerous functions depending on where and how it is used, what program you are running and how many times you click on it. It is quite possible, and even very likely, that in the event of forwarding a message in Star Wars, the main button could perform that very function.
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jnet writes:
Confirmed
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Adam writes:
I noticed that also. My guess is that Lucas didn't want to spend any extra money than he already spent. So, he didnt have the button next to it be all lite-up-able like that. Just a guess! But a very good slip-up none the less.
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Notum writes:
A long, long time ago, in a galaxy far away, they had technology that we can't understand. Just because a buttton doesn't work in the Star Wars world like it would work in ours doesn't mean it's wrong. Lightsabers don't behave like swords, is that a slip up?
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