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Apple removed scrollbars from appearing, unless in use, from viewports in 2011 with the release of Lion, immediately sparking multiple articles about how to get them back. The usability rationale and merit of this can still be debated today. Not showing it until it is needed is a clean design and does not clutter the display, but the user must figure out ...


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Yes, it’s a mess and there’s no easy way out. The international standard ISO/IEC 9995-7 specifies several symbols for keyboard labels. Most of them have been added to Unicode and exist in at least one supplied font on most modern operating systems, by the way. They are known to a varying, mostly limited degree. Power users, who are the primary target group ...


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I feel that an error alert is not the best use of the menu-bar popover. Most applications I know of use this mechanism as a menu: The user keeps the icon in the menu bar because it shows some sort of information, and clicks on it to access further information and actions. I think the typical OS X model would work something like this: Menu Bar Icon: has ...



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