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The controls are fine. Clarity in the wording would be an improvement. First, upload your log Then, select the [relevant] file within your log Only allow step two after step one has been completed.
Is the data confirmed after form submission? You can avoid variable button labels if you just validate the state + zip code data after user input. The user can still save the information, but the validation error helps the user understand that they are saving — with a caveat!
I don't think either options is ideal. Save The problem with keeping is as 'save' is that the user has already performed an action. The user now expect (or predict) that something will happen. Now the error message shows, but now the user has to gather they need to use the same button for something else - to confirm they wish to save. This is confusing, ...
Ben's got a very good article on Writing Error Messages The 4 H’s of Writing Error Messages
I think you can find clarity by asking yourself this question: Am I referring to what's happening to the content on the screen or to what the user does to cause that response? If you refer to the user's gesture/action, then swipe or flick is appropriate, but if you refer to the content, then scroll is probably a better choice.
Based on a quick Google search, the major players are still using the word "scroll" in conjunction with touch screens. Apple - "navigating your Mac using your fingers to tap, scroll, pinch and swipe feels perfectly natural." Microsoft - "How to do it: swipe your finger across the screen. What it does: scrolls through what's on the screen." And so on. I ...
The "icon" you're looking for is the checkbox button. The label shouldn't change title though, since a checkbox button indicate "true" when checked, and "false" when unchecked. Changing the label would only lead to confusion, and you wouldn't want that.
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