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System itself will get confused when user starts typing only few characters (e.g. Portuguese), You could delay the search keyword matching until a full word has been entered. That way you can match an appropriate item (in either language).


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Currently you hide a huge content from users, but it's a critical point for your service. Using multi-language makes the case even worse. For Google it works, but they have strong back-end for doing this. I suggest explicit presentation of the content, using multi-level selection. So you build strong information architecture of your content, which has the ...


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I feel from a user's standpoint that I very much appreciate a list that auto completes as I type. I don't mean just the first letter, but each letter drills you down farther. In my experience it is the quickest way to get to am item bar none. It is also very rare and I wish more programmers would do it or use tools that do it for them if they aren't into ...


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Option 2 is a better idea. "Have a 'Recently used' section at the top with the x most-recently-used items (3? 5? 10?) and an 'All' section below with everything on the list." In terms of your 'recency or frequency' question, it all depends on what you are holding in the list. For example, if you have data which the user is unlikely to select ...


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How many combinations are there and are the users familiar with them? If they tend to know what they want, why not have list with "Van", "Van + Flatbed", etc, to cover the special combinations. If you do auto-complete, they can simply type "V" to get all the "Van..." options and select what they need. Even if you have to allow a simple UI to add new ...


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Semantically you should be using <optgroup> tag. That is exactly what it is for: http://www.w3schools.com/tags/tryit.asp?filename=tryhtml_optgroup By default it renders almost identically to what you created with custom classes. And what is more, the optgroup label is not selectable. Thats a welcome behavior. Now how to style it of course depends on ...


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A lot of dropdown menus in your navbar can be a pain for users to navigate, even if dropdown menus open on hover to save a clic. I recommend you to propose a mega menu which is a unique dropdown menu showing different columns at the same view. Here is an exemple: And a tool bootstrap ready to use it: http://geedmo.github.io/yamm3/


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you could leave out the description, but put a help-icon next to each role. The help-icon, perhaps a (?) or an (i), show a more detailed description in a tooltip. With this way, you have a nice, clean look and users can easily get information about the roles.


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Why not use autocomplete? Let the user type and show a list of possible destinations. Extension to the answer above: I presumed, that the list of destinations is quite long. If your user has to swipe or scroll through a long list (say more then 20 items) it's quite dificult to find the right item. The target here is, that the user finds the right ...


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Your approach seems fine to me. I'd just be a little more detailed and make sure what each level can and cannot do is amply clear. Something like this: These could be visual indicators of each level, too (probably an icon?). Sorry about the typos in that mockup! :)


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I would suggest you to go with the dropdown because it makes the work easier than the sliding wherein you will have to swipe until you get the desired destination. If you have lesser destinations to choose from then you can use the swipe used in google+ comments view in iOS App. When you swipe right or left on the Comments view it works as a carousel swipe ...


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You could use preset control, which contains both extra time settings, and reset option, see the image: This is one-click solution and doesn't require any chechboxes. Of course, it's less flexible.


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What comes to mind here is a selection box for each list item, and then apply the change for all selected items (people). download bmml source – Wireframes created with Balsamiq Mockups You display the members of the list, together with their extra/remaining time. You provide selection boxes for each item (maybe with a SELECT ALL-box above), ...



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