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If the client is asking for help, then that's the cue to start talking about why they need help in the first place. One important thing to figure out first is if users truly need help. Often contextual help is simply a 'business requirement' with no real reasoning behind it other than that's how it was built the last time. If it's decided assistance of ...


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Give each section its help like Help with this Section. So atleast some context remains section wise. When the user clicks on Help with this Section that sections contextual help data opens in a modal window with the form in the background. Ideally it will be better if the user sees the form all the time in the background for easy access so that he or she ...


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You definitely cannot have the help come up when a user clicks on the label. That action is supposed to be reserved for activating the relevant input. This is a usability issue and is expected behavior for most users and applications. Why not simply have an out-of-the-way help option on the form? It could either bring up its own modal with descriptions of ...



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