Tag Info

New answers tagged

0

Remove the indicator from the knob and print "Multiple Values" or similar text. If the objects all have the same value for that property you can show the control the same way you normally would with the indicator and printing the value. If they don't have the same value, most controls change to show the indeterminate state. For a knob, it seems like ...


1

here's what I think you are suggesting that there is a use case where the user wants to select multiple objects and for your mini dashboard to display a true value that represents the values of the selected objects. some solutions 1)the user is looking for an average value of the objects and the dashboard should display that average. With the top knob ...


1

You could provide a left to right swipe for single row deletion and on other hand you could provide a right to left swipe in which you could show check box for selection leading to multiple row deletion. This is a unique design as so far I have not seen this anywhere and from UI perspective it will look good. Also in UITableView already have left to right ...


2

Tap and hold an item. The multiple selection mode automatically gets on. The action icons (including Delete) display somewhere on top toolbar. Now tap on other items to select them. After selecting all required items, tap on Delete icon. Confirm from user and delete.


2

Follow the design pattern established by Apple's Mail app when deleting multiple emails: Tap an Edit button in the upper right of the navbar to display checkboxes, then present a "Delete" button when one or more list items are checked. I would limit the swipe gesture to deleting a single row item only, and not for anything else.



Top 50 recent answers are included