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This is difficult, and the implementations vary a lot. But changing the view, as the user are doing you have two options that could work - and a third that would be terrible. 1) You need to display the same items that was displayed before, so the user can pick up on item number 21-30. You don't really know if the user changed view reading at item 21 or item ...


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My experience is that an user would like to see the first line remain the same. Leave the first 10 as the first 10. Don't go to page 1 and move the old page 3 to the bottom. I do this even if it is not on an even multiple of 30. If they were on 51-60 I take them to 51-80. Users have told us this is the behavior they like. And also keep the same row ...


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If it's a long process that keeps being done, then as Stephen suggests, a background change is fine. If there are tons of processes per minute, and a user needs to see which one is running at each moment, it could be a good idea to have a highlight effect (like jQuery's) on play. You can leave the background changed afterwards, yet giving it a little more ...


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What about changing the background colour of the row? Could be done by adding a CSS class to the via JavaScript.



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