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Hi, I'm a Flex developper : I like to create easy ways to display complex data. But that's not the only thing I do !


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comment Contextual menu in a web-app for professionals (i.e. formed by ourselves)
Yes, of course. After the app has been launched, the only visible thing is the background, and the floating windows (actually the ones which have been configured to open at startup). If the user wants to open other windows, he can type Ctrl+O and a list appears.
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comment Contextual menu in a web-app for professionals (i.e. formed by ourselves)
The problem is the container is the browser itself, so the floating windows aren't displayed in any inner pane...
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comment Contextual menu in a web-app for professionals (i.e. formed by ourselves)
Well I guess they'll be for advanced users, since everyone who have tried the app so far asked me the same questions : "How comes nothing appears when the app launches ? Is it really launched ? What can I do ?" This should have made me think a bit more about the app's usability...
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comment “Sign Up” vs “Create an Account”
I agree, and for non-native english speakers (as me), 'Sign In' and 'Sign Up' really are easy to mix up. 'Log in' is crystal clear, and make the other one clear as well : if this one means log in, the other one means create an account !
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