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I'm going to attempt to solve this. Here is what I proposed: Proposed Sub Navigations download bmml source – Wireframes created with Balsamiq Mockups You could use a combination of direct links and a drop down menu to maintain consistency. Ideally drop down menu should be reserved for recurring items/actions such as as "Upload, Print..". ...


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Consider the following: Identify the columns that would likely to show first Add big arrow at the right page (center of the page not at the bottom corner) '>', when user clicks - show remained columns Freeze 1st or few left columns to get connect information with other columns when user click '>' Add link / button at the bottom of the cell text if you find ...


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When you combine the play and pause buttons, technically what you are doing is removing the play button. The play button is traditionally supposed to start playback from the beginning of a track. The pause button can both pause playback and restart playback from the current position. The combination play/pause button just does what the pause button does.


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Left-to-right (LTR) My instinct says that for a LTR directional reader the received messages should be on the left. As the recipients messages should have more prominence over your own, putting them on the left means your eye is drawn to them. Also and more importantly they are easier to read as you span down the chat feed as they are left aligned, the ...


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It's hard to provide a reasonable solution without exactly knowing what content you have on this sub navigation's. It would be great if you can provide more information. Anyway here are some basic ideas you may want to consider: Use icons instead of long names A vertical navigation on the left side A dropdown as you suggested yourself is also an option as ...


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In that have you tried mega-menu https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/3a/29/3d/3a293db3ac85d0facc63b3af77af2a33.jpg


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The main problem with nested menus is that as UI objects they are somewhat feeble. Their task is to appear for a short period of time and disappear once user made a selection. From this perspective, asking user to select multilayered menus is an awful task as menus tend to disappear on a wrong move of the mouse. I think a better option is to make nested ...


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If they will ever be side-by-side in any of your views then you will want them to be in the same row in separate columns. If they will never be side by side you can put them in the same row and column. There should always be a row. And don't use linebreaks, instead this should be controlled in your stylesheet for future updates so designers/devs don't have ...


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I am imagining that the OP means that the marching will be described as being at the 45YL but obviously wants to provide instructions for each individual without creating a very large set of images. The better solution would be to use sprites and programmatically combine them together to create a "visual map" which truly be infitely better than using text. ...


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I used many POS systems while I was waiting tables and going to college. That was over 15 years ago. This looks like one of the earlier ones I used. If I were to attach a date to the one you've listed, I would say it came from 1992. So, what makes it look dated? There are no graphics, the font looks old, and it looks like the entire UI was computer ...



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