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A lot of the challenge you're dealing with stems from the complexity of communicating and managing the relationship between the two windows (form and calculator). Ultimately, it looks like the calculator is there to assist with the form, so you may want to consider removing the "two windows" part of the problem altogether. Just have the calculator slide ...


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1. Check with your users Depending on how large the data is that your users need to navigate and drag around could make all the difference between what feels right versus what feels clunky. You will need to test the offsets you come up with and possibly even let the users tweak them somewhere under advanced settings as what is too fast for me may be too ...


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Items on the Left / Groups on the Right Users scan from left to right so interactions should follow suit. Especially in your case where the target groups take up most of the screen putting the list of draggable items on the left is the way to go. Be sure to test this with your users as the opposite would be true when targeting countries that read right ...



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