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I would suggest to display the dropdown at the bottom of the page because: - changing language is not the primary user task for this page - the login form has a super low learning curve, most of the user knows how to fill-in such form even if is not written in his own language - as a secondary task is not overloading the user with extra information In my ...


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For First Layout : If it is a responsive layout, where the Change Language will shift. According to me the second layout will work good. Beause its all in center, User will concentrate only in center he do not have to search for things here and there. Even Google, Facebook have launguage change, at the bottom of the website.


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I'd agree that the best solution is to place the error nearer the form fields. Here's another alternative though - put the close button straight after the error text so at least the user doesn't have to hunt for that, too.


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The error banner is sized to the overall dimensions of the content boundaries. So the 'x' is in a perfectly fine place based on the static alignments within the page. The real answer to the issue is: The error message is in the wrong place. For multiple reasons, one being the Gestalt Law of Proximity, the error message should be a part of the "Join for ...


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Header If you have a lot of records then probably good pattern is to keep the always header on the top of the screen and records to be scrolled "under" it. Action bar as a footer Then good place for actions and well as save/cancel button is bottom of the screen not a bottom of table. When you select item and scroll pane action bar remains. Multiple ...


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The possibilities that I can think of : You can place all your actions on the fly that is, as and when you select a row or a cell have the actions dialogue box appear on top of the selection. If you have a fixed height for the table then it makes sense to keep all the actions at one place.


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When do those buttons (Save and Cancel) appear? If they should appear when the user edits the table directly, then I think it would be a good idea to put buttons in the action menu. Save and Cancel are actions too, and the user already knows where actions appear. Maybe you can display buttons always in an action menu, but if a particular action isn't ...



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