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It's personal. I've seen websites employ menu elements (top level) that are invisible until the mouse goes over the menu element. I would suggest that is an example of bad UI, as the relationship to the menu element and the mouse is required and a relationship between the user and the menu element is required for the user to make a decision as to what menu ...


I'd agree that the scrollbar is the most recognizable cue but a "show more" "show less" button could work if the list isn't crazy long. This may be better anyway because the expected behavior on mobile may not be to scroll and are but to scroll the page. It's also difficult for people to scroll an area with finger but touch somewhere else to scroll the page. ...

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