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It shouldn't. Whether the switch is a Rockauto switch or an OEM Toyota switch, shouldn't make any difference. The brains of the operation are performed by the car's ECU. The switch should have an "on/off" button at the end of the stalk. You should be able to pull it towards you, for "cancel". And you should be able to push it up or down.
The up/down activity will depend on the situation. If your cruise is already engaged, pressing it up will tap you up one MPH. Pressing it down will tap you down one MPH. If your cruise is not already engaged, pressing up should have no effect, but pressing down will set the cruise speed.
Again, all the switch does is tell the computer what input you're requesting. The functionality is controlled by the ECU. You could replace the stalk end with a piece of PVC pipe, and all the functionality would still exist (well, except for the on/off button).
2011 Toyota Camry (Sandy Beach Metallic)
2005 Acura MDX Touring (Billet Silver Metallic)