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Maybe you can derive some guidance from the reminders your users will need - ask them. The generic solution (described by Tomaž Tekavec) seems to complex for a mobile design, so you need to know more about the problem space to find a simple solution. For example, I can imagine a reminder I set on 29, to be given two days notice for something that I need ...


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Usualy, software supports two sub-patterns for the monthly reccurence pattern: based on the day of the month (1 - 31) two descriptive fields You want to use the first sub-pattern but users would create more unambiguous reminder for the last day of the month with the second. The second sub-pattern should consist of two list values, first having options ...


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What's the user's goal? Clearly, the design is intending to let the user set a recurring monthly reminder. At least, that's clearly the intent on the 1st through the 30th of the month. Would it be wrong to simply round down any number that exceeds the number of days in a given month? That is consistent with the intent. Because, seriously, I can't think of ...


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From the images provided, I would recommend going with shorter, less lengthy, tooltips in general. Google, for instance, on their account creation page has the following tool tips: For Usernames: For passwords: Now you may be asking, but what about password length? For their validation they have the following: Google uses only ...


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While I agree that similar information should be presented in similar ways it's also important to remember the way you're presenting it in a tool tip. The tool tip is generally viewed as an acceptable way to pass very small chunks of information to users while they are using the interface. Passing extended information this way is generally not good for ...



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