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Having no checkboxes checked does not convey information - you can't tell whether the user simply missed the question entirely or not. If you must have an answer, then the two level approach (2 radio buttons, with checkboxes under one of them) is the only thing that will work. Also, you can have only one radio button, it is just that it is irrevocable, ...


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I think that the underlying issue is that the form designer is trying to be sure they got a response and the user didn't simply ignore the question. No checkboxes checked means... absolutely nothing! If the choice is the example given - "did you use the entertainment system No / Yes" + checkboxes for which components used - then they want an answer, not just ...


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This design is difficult to interpret, so the question is challenging to answer. Here's my interpretation of the design: The user can selects a default. Only an item that is switched On can be a default. You want to prevent users from switching the current default to Off. If the user selects a default that is Off, the system forces it to switch On. This ...



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