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I would personally use an edit icon like the following This is your text By using an icon the users will know that there is an action associated with those contents, without having to interact with the mouse cursor. This solution works also on touch devices where the absence of a cursor would make it impossible to discover this functionality. I ...


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Is this a form they use often or more like a one deal situation? Because if they see it once and will never or very seldom would see it again, just stick to form fields which are recognizable and present no usability threats, although at the expense of looking not so nice. If however, they use this often, and the pretty UI is a valid concern, why not have ...


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Option 1 is more explicit at informing user the limit is editable and option 2 is not as explicit as option 1 but it's still clear enough for user to understand the limit field is editable. Option 2's UI is cleaner and looks better but the difference is minor. Both would work but if I have to pick one, I would pick option 2 for your particular scenario. ...


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Could you use inline text boxes? They are easily recognized as editable. You could also incorporate masks or typed input like date pickers as needed.


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Here's another approach: I work in e-commerce and one possible solution to your additional info in a grid problem could be solved with how we display more info about our product on the product listing page. If you think of a product grid as a cell in your spreadsheet. In order to see more info about a product (in this case your cell), a pane could slide ...


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This complex interface has two layers, both of which are complex in themselves. A primary and secondary layer if you like. Using a popup is a good start but there are several ways you can make this easier to use: Highlight the cell that they are operating on and consider using that as the trigger to open the popup, or highlight and the enter key, meaning ...



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