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As an EU, I cannot stand toggle switches. Claim the state or don't use it. "Off" can mean click to turn off, or it means, "It is off now." That's crap. What about color blind people? Highlighting the color in the control to identify its state is not user friendly in that circumstance. All binary decisions should be checkboxes, or radio buttons - or ...


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I have seen many people sign digital screens in stores by basically writing the first letter of their name followed by a straight line. My personal experience with writing my signature on digital screens makes me feel like a preschooler writing my name holding a giant crayon using a fist. The permanent feeling of pen on paper is hard to mimic on digital ...


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If comment area and action buttons are disabled during selecting the state from drop-down, you can have the explained behavior. You can create less than 1 sec waiting time to activate the comment area, this will create a connection between drop down and the rest of the elements. I think that it can be nice if you can use a visual element for selecting ...


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I guess you might want to have a look at a stack overflow answer about the same behavior. That gives you options of how to technically go about it. However if I am to focus on usability in this forum, then having both double and single click and handling it with a timer always introduces delay for single click. It is a serious pain for power users. I ...



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