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From English.Stackexchange: http://english.stackexchange.com/questions/5789/whats-the-difference-between-to-confirm-and-to-verify Verification requires external evidence. Confirmation requires a re-issuance of a believed statement. To use your example: 'Confirm user account' is asking the user from their perspective. 'Would you like to do this?'. ...


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Yes there is a noticable difference. The user should Confirm they want to make the change but Verify that the email they entered is correct. Verify : to ascertain the truth or correctness of, as by examination, research, or comparison Source: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/verify Confirm : to acknowledge with definite assurance Source: ...


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While this answer may not relate to the titled question, it does relate to your particular case. I find the modal dialog itself very awkward, regardless of the color of the buttons. When a user enters text into the input field, the green add button (+) appears. Clicking this button enables the submit button (Update) and allows the user to add more ...


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I think the issue here is not what color to make those buttons but rather why is this message needed in the first place? I have a similar implementation of adding emails to a report list and the add/remove buttons are always visible. It is understood that if something was typed then yes, it wants to be saved. Any empty/blank fields are simply ignored and if ...


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What you have mentioned is a pretty sensible way of going about it. Also, it depends on how your other system / site messages are shown to the user. You need to be consistent. Why do you want to show the copy of content that is visible? Intuitiveness and confirmation is okay, but beyond that what is the reason? Instead I would recommend the new content to ...



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