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130 views

Usage of mouse click or replacing with hover

Is it a better practice to user hover drop downs than onClick drop downs? Enter text field input on hover or on click? check this website hover state was elegantly used.Do check the communicate>the ...
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3answers
279 views

Should the middle mouse button close tabs?

Most modern web browsers now close tabs when the middle mouse button is clicked on them, is this an expected behavior for other applications where tabs cans can be opened, closed and changed whilst ...
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2answers
122 views

Is a Long mouse click a valid and usable interaction pattern on a PC environment?

In a PC environment I have a virtual keypad interface for phone dialing purposes. I need both a clear character function and a clear field function. Is it OK to append both functions to a single ...
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4answers
1k views

What is the expected timeframe of a double click?

In the web application, the user draws a polygonal area on a map each click setting a vertex. A double click allows the user to finish the area. Due to technical circumstances, I have to detect double ...
2
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6answers
298 views

Button Action: Left Click vs. Right Click

Has anyone ever seen the following design pattern in use, and if so, is there ever a good time to use it? (Button) labeled "Do Something" [User] left-clicks on (Button) [System] action A (Add) is ...
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3answers
331 views

Is double-click necessary anymore? [closed]

Double-click can pose multiple problems... you can move the mouse too much between the 2 clicks and it won't register as a double-click... or worse, it will be interpreted as a "drag"... same problem ...
4
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6answers
758 views

UI design with MINIMUM number of clicks

Project : ASP.NET with C# Client side : JavaScript and jQuery Consider the scenario, I have a number of user to use the software. I will classify them into different groups. Then, I would like to ...
14
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4answers
492 views

When is it a good idea to perform actions on mouse-down *as opposed to click/mouse-up*?

I've grown used to the GUI paradigm of pre-select on mouse-down, action on mouse-up. In fact, I rely on it, sometimes canceling an unwanted action after mouse-down by dragging outside of the click ...