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Highlighted (or selected) text in any text edit area indicates the text will be the subject of various operations, cut, copy, paste (replace with clipboard contents), or replace with keyboard input. This convention is well established long predates auto-complete. Most auto-complete fields select the auto-complete suggestion part but do not replace the ...


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There is two scenarios: Is this the address that they know? The best solution is to give them the text area then they can type the first characters and the rest of story... In order to confirm the accuracy of the entered address, you can also give show them a dropped pin in a map view as well (maybe in a next step) Then they should be able to edit the ...


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Google doesn't just do stuff for the sake of doing it Highlighting what I typed over and over again doesn't really add any value while highlighting the differences helps a user quickly find what they are looking for... ☻ If I had to pick just one then I would go with Option 2 (Google way) since they do a lot of usability testing based on ...


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We had tested this solution and it's working pretty well (responsive friendly) But it depend of your app/site structure.


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The answer is simple, you should first try the third option, and see how your specific users are reacting about that, how many fault actions they have or how fast they can behave with that suggested items. Then decide to choose between either option 1 or 2. Google highlights the rest if estimation because the user group consists everyone in the world, then ...


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In this case, Google is probably not your friend. Some observations: Option 1 - Google search is ubiquitous, and there is very strong user awareness of the search box autocomplete. So Google can help users focus on the differences between search results to find the right one, because users already understand how Google autocomplete works. Option 2 - You ...



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