Electronic Supply sites make me cry :( (A switch-related question) Ok so I've been going through Newark's site, trying my darnedest to find a tactile switch that A: does what I want, and B: has plastic switch caps of some kind that fit. To address item A, I need a tactile button that is normally closed, and that when I press it, it closes. When I release it, it opens again. The options I'm given are things like "Off-(On)", and "Off-On", and various permutations and parenthisizations thereof. Can you guys maybe clear up what all the weird options are, cause no company seems to want to tell me straight-up... Now for option B: all I want is to be able to put some kinda nice cap on it, maybe a cylindrical one, but really, I just want it to not hurt when I press it. Why are the datasheets for these things just mechanical drawings and not like, opperating specs? And why don't they tell me what other switch-related parts they work with? For a real engineer, does it really take 1 hour to look for a simple tactile switch, and fail?