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I'm not aware of a symbol or clear way of indicating that a button will result in a modal popup as opposed to a new window or a redirect, not an intuitive one anyways. There is the 'pop this view out to its own window' symbols and fullscreen symbols and exit fullscreen symbols. Tabs, expands, sliders are just links docked to a visual control that users ...


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There are multiple different strands of history in the term "RPG". To grossly oversimplify, western RPGs descended from Dungeon Master, Japanese RPGs descended from dating games :) Then the streams crossed, and western RPGs adopted JRPG tropes. Visual novels (such as dating games) are a huge genre of game in Japan and the Far East, and have been for ...


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Mac OS X allows dragging by window content. All windows that were "brushed metal" worked this way. So the whole window body was a draggable area, and only areas occupied by actual controls weren't draggable. The problem with this approach (at least for me and some friends) was that it was not quite clear to users where one could drag and where one couldn't. ...


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I think the issue here is not what color to make those buttons but rather why is this message needed in the first place? I have a similar implementation of adding emails to a report list and the add/remove buttons are always visible. It is understood that if something was typed then yes, it wants to be saved. Any empty/blank fields are simply ignored and if ...


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While this answer may not relate to the titled question, it does relate to your particular case. I find the modal dialog itself very awkward, regardless of the color of the buttons. When a user enters text into the input field, the green add button (+) appears. Clicking this button enables the submit button (Update) and allows the user to add more ...


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There is no "best" time for anything out of context. As others have suggested, this is the kind of thing you should test. A quick Google search shows the potential for wide variety of results: Unbounce - Get Subscribers from Popups The best time to show a pop-up is 60 seconds after your visitors enter your site. How to raise your email opt-in ...


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Poor context = poor UX Yes, the pop-up looks like an advertisement. Yes, knee-jerk adverse reactions are to be expected. That is because most ads are not relevant and serve as a disruption/distraction: they are in poor context. The optimal time is when it is relevant and beneficial to the user. Showing an initially irrelevant screen is raising the barrier ...



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