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There is absolutely no a single case when the message boxes are somehow needed. This was a huge mistake to put an element like this in all those GUI libraries for few reasons: Extremely annoying. Most of users just click the close button without reading. Addressing your concern how to keep users informed about important events: Do not overrate an ...


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You can find good feedback messages from here: http://codeseven.github.io/toastr/demo.html Otherwise I can suggest Alerts from Bootstrap: http://getbootstrap.com/components/#alerts


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Sometimes it's a legal reason. You deliberately took an action. It's the same reason that Anti-spam legislation forces you to deliberately check a box to receive a newsletter or other correspondence.


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You said it yourself - " I'm forced to show that I understood it". Usually this is the context of rules/policies/terms of use, so you do want the user to be "forced" to agree to the rules before using the website/service/etc.


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This seems like a very bad idea: what happens if I want to add 3 hours and 25 minutes? or if I actually do enter the time in hours and minutes - If I enter 3.30 will it register 3.5 hours or 3 hours and 18 minutes? Set the format you want users to enter their times with and keep it that way: If you're asking users to enter decimal time then you should ...


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I have a question here: Will the user be entering all the values at a time or he will enter one-two values at a time? The answer to above question will make huge difference. If the user will be entering all the values at once, it is not advisable to show the feedback message upon every entry as it will irritate user by continuously showing the feedback ...



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