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I must say that I am personally very sensitive to rollover states as my main personal computer is a Windows 8 touchscreen convertible laptop (similar to MS Surface), and I often find myself interacting more with touch than the touchpad. That said, hover is a dying interaction. As we've seen with the hamburger drawer menu, out of site is out of mind. ...


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I would say there there is just as much change of a user missing a poorly sign-posted rollover on desktop as mobile. I use a + symbol to indicate more in these instances, and sometimes where there is a series of rollovers containing more info, I have the first one open by default to show the user what's there. Generally I really don't think we should be ...


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The term that comes to mind for me is overflow, like the CSS property I would say something like "cell overflow" or "overflow on hover" Additionally: "popping out" or "surfacing" (cell) content(s)


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I suppose that you have a details page for each of the dishes. Most ordering will probably be done in that view rather than the thumbnailed list view. Customers generally want to reassure their decision by acquiring all available information before making a purchase (this need is of course decreased for already experienced purchases). So I would suggest ...


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Since you say that the actions are performed for single record and moreover the actions seem to be used rarely. Not many users Copy and Delete Template. But Selecting a Template as Default template is a commonly used action. So i would suggest you to Place the Default template action towards the left of the text and the copy and delete action to the right ...


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The descision factor should be "Single Action" or "multi Action" Action Such as "View Details" / "Edit" / "forward" are performed on single record at a time, while actions such as "mark read" / "mark unerad" / "delete" / "archive" can be done for multiple records. Here if your action is for single record show it on hower / if it supports multiple records, ...


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While the final answer to this question depends on your specific case, I can offer you a few pros and cons for each option. Aligning to the text associates the icon with that text. This is good if there is a strong connection between the two. However, it makes finding and pressing the icon difficult when it is always in a different place. Having the icons ...



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