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Personally I would favour both. As you say the beta channel approach can lead to issues with power-users not doing things standard users might, in the simplest example a power user might know not to put text in a field asking for a number so you may miss the errors that would indicate you forgot to validate the entry until it goes live and lots of ...


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What you have mentioned is a pretty sensible way of going about it. Also, it depends on how your other system / site messages are shown to the user. You need to be consistent. Why do you want to show the copy of content that is visible? Intuitiveness and confirmation is okay, but beyond that what is the reason? Instead I would recommend the new content to ...


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Whatever your constraints, stick to conventions where possible. Check out Nielsen's 10 Heuristics for good rules of thumb. If an element is not editable, it should appear disabled or inactive. Help the user by explaining why something is locked with an alert. Set the users' expectations and afford them clues as to what is going on. Tabs are used as a ...


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I would just suggest a higher resolution display because frankly that's the easiest way to do it. 2560x1600/2560x1440 are generally 27" or bigger and aren't cramped like 4K monitors, and you can get high-quality displays for $250+. Assuming cost is an option, it's also possible to set each tab as an individual window and set each to 1230px (since that ...



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