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Great question, really! The problem does not lie in Yes or No. But if the action is Positive or Negative. For example, "Are you sure to permanently delete System32?" Yes No "Are you sure you want to backup this photo?" Yes No As you can see here, the principle of good design is violated. If you specify Yes or No in the UI of your website/app, ...


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How about one tab for each object you want to create?


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The user may be completely missing the checkbox and text, since it fades into the footer of your modal. There is nothing calling attention to it. I would try two distinct buttons for saving: "Save and Add Another" and "Save and Close" (or just "Save").


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There are, in fact, 2 parts to your question, one regarding the warning and the other one regarding the advertisements. The uses of the warning It is not bad practice, in fact, for a site like a wiki it might be a very good thing to do! Doing so tells the user that they don't guarantee that the linked content is correct, offensive, malicious or anything ...


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NOW it still depends, like it did since the dawn of GUIs. It generally is a matter of choosing the lesser of two evils here, it even has a name: satisficing. It boils down to: everything can be considered annoying to any user, you just have to figure out what is the least annoying and go with that :-) example A popular trend nowadays is simply to be as ...


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In my experience working for my company and developing user interfaces for automated machines, i've seen that the only case where such windows and dialogs are required is when critical functions are activated and the application must be blocked until such operations terminate. In all other cases always on top windows/dialogs result annoying and frustrating ...


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It's not appropriate to keep the upgrade notice on the very top, regardless of which other applications you might want to use, while the application in question upgrades itself. Window management and the Z order of windows Your question is about the stacking order, or Z order, of windows. I assume you're dealing with a PC or tablet, since small devices ...



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