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I think the plain language way is more readable, because you're reading it in a natural way as if it's a sentence. But that could be entirely my own preference. It should fit within your application. It should fit the tone.


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Here are some suggestions ... Retain your first grid suggestion - the existing one - but override the sort order for the Name column to sort people by their family name. Easy to achieve and easy to understand, but might be a little confusing for new users. download bmml source – Wireframes created with Balsamiq Mockups Provide a ...


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I am assuming from your description that 'sticky' headings in this sense is analogous to 'frozen' headings - I'm not sure how this could work otherwise (i.e. if the headings are 'pinned' to the top of a web page - given that you are going to have multiple tables - having multiple table headings pinned in place could get messy). So to answer your question ...


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I think Anscombe clearly showed that trying to glean information straight from a table is far less useful then combining the table with a chart. Look up Anscombe's Quartet. https://www.dashingd3js.com/why-data-visualizations


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A very good reason to put them on the right are for your users who are using screen readers. These users will hear the contents of the row and last the checkbox vs hearing a checkbox without knowing the content of the row. They then have to hear the content and backup to the checkbox if they need to select the row. For these users it is a much better ...


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Maybe show the targets like "7 out of 7 (100%)" instead and then have that text have the color coding. It wasn't clear to me that the white boxes contained the target. I would not worry about replicating the target. I need the target to make sense of the score. But you do have to contextualize it. However I'm not sure why some scores seem to be greater than ...


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The solution is to have an outer table with a single cell per row and then within that cell have a form which contains another table with only a single row where each row contains all your input and grayed fields along with both buttons. ...or you could do it with javascript where your buttons run clientside scripts to gather their associated fields and ...


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There are a few things to consider. But first off, just as a hint, having a screen shot of the situation would very helpful. To consider: - What is the user going to be putting in the combo box? - Is what the user typing in the combo box dependent on what's in the table? - Is there a way that you can place the combo box in such a location such that when ...


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Unless there is some visual indication that the given value is a summation, I don't think the presence of the "Total" label is redundant. Furthermore, the presence of the "Total" label helps the reader understand that it isn't a value missing the item name. Usually subtotals have a top border and grand totals have a top border with a double bottom border, ...


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If it's a long process that keeps being done, then as Stephen suggests, a background change is fine. If there are tons of processes per minute, and a user needs to see which one is running at each moment, it could be a good idea to have a highlight effect (like jQuery's) on play. You can leave the background changed afterwards, yet giving it a little more ...


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What about changing the background colour of the row? Could be done by adding a CSS class to the via JavaScript.



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