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In general, columns of numbers which are being examined as numbers should be decimal-point aligned (or right-aligned if the only decimal point is "implied"). Quantities which involve more than one radix point (e.g. currency amount in Britain prior to decimalization) should align each radix point, and right-align the columns between them; e.g. an itemized ...


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There are two theories/explanations for why text in All Caps is harder to read. One says that it's because of the less unique word shapes, and the other says that it's because it's less common. Small Caps suffers from both these problems - it has a generic word shape and it's even less common than All Caps. So whichever of the "all caps" theories may be ...


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Based on UX.Movement: Why Text in All Caps is Hard for Users to Read The reason of the worse readability of uppercase compared with the lowercase is the low contrast of shape. Small caps still has worse contrast of shape than lower case, so it will still be less readable. More sources: Quote from Wikipedia, with source from Legibility of Print by ...


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To answer the question you would need to look at two things in particular: Best practice for bullet points Optimal length of characters per line Best practice would suggest that the purpose of a bullet point is to summarize or create an easily scannable list of items. The more you increase the length of the content in that bullet point item, the more you ...



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