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Having that many icons repeated for every row seems wasteful and confusing. If you expect a user to want to apply an action simultaneously (or in quick succession) to many rows, many applications use a single column of checkboxes to select rows to be acted on and then one set of separate buttons to choose an action to apply to selected rows. Another ...


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Use icons when people know what you mean Icons for expected actions aren't a bad thing. They will save space, but they aren't technically the most "minimal" solution — that would be text, since you remove the extra layer of translation. Don't violate expectations If you do go with icons, you need to make sure they are the expected ones. Yours are ...


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The benefit of keeping the default outline focus indicator is that it's well understood and does not rely purely on colour, which makes it accessible to users with difficulty recognising changes in colour. That said, it is acceptable to remove the outline and replace it with a different visual clue. The relevant WCAG guideline is SC 2.4.7 (AA) which also ...


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"Chosen" seems like a reasonable solution (http://harvesthq.github.io/chosen/). It uses JQuery to build UI from your existing select/option elements so fails gracefully back to a standard select.


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Granted screen resolutions and the like have probably moved on since this question was asked but here's what I currently understand: Most desktop screens are full HD (1920px x 1080px) with 4k becoming more common (3840px × 2160px), laptops are usually 768 x 1366px (some have HD screens, and then there is the macbook pro). On top of that there are a wide ...



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