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Here are some options Mobile devices present some challenges for tables. For long text, your choices are basically to truncate or to wrap the text. You could also shrink the text, but this presents some more issues (inconsistent font, not a great solution when length of text is uncertain). Generally you can present the text wrapped in a column, the ...


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Well, you need to realize that if you're using tables, space will be limited. You could automatically extend your column, but then you'll have horizontal scrolling, which may cause way more issues than truncating your words. So, for your particular problem, you have these options: if you want to keep tables, then truncate your words using an element ...


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There are several ways to do this...tailor it to the shape of your data First, don't use the – symbol. In finance and business, the – symbol is often used to represent the number 0, so this could be confusing to users. For most data tables, it's important to present numbers consistently. That means if you have a series of 8's, you should display an 8 in ...


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It seems to me that your issue seems to be with the visual highlighting of the values in the time series grid (assuming that it is the best solution to the problem). So I can offer some suggestions: Varying the size of the value displayed, at least so that 0 values are displayed in a much smaller size Varying the colour of the value displayed, at least so ...


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In my experience: Property Grids focus on consistent, simplified programmability, whereas a dialog caters to task-specific UX, leaving more room for "manual UX optimization". Property grids are usually "driven"*) by a generic enumeration of available properties and their types (where type defines valid values and method of input). With such an API in ...



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