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Nov
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revised How best can I indicate a table cell is clickable?
Clarifying with a pic
Nov
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comment How best can I indicate a table cell is clickable?
There is some overlap though. Thanks for the suggestions.
Nov
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comment How best can I indicate a table cell is clickable?
Yes I agree- it's not ideal. Needless to say the design has been influenced significantly by industry politics. I'll put a screenshot together.
Nov
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revised How best can I indicate a table cell is clickable?
Think you mean "clickable" not "editable".
Nov
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comment How best can I indicate a table cell is clickable?
Oh I see. The link shows the number of similar products. Oooh this is getting an upvote.
Nov
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comment How best can I indicate a table cell is clickable?
Can't use second technique, because the user might be using a touch-screen device. Third technique doesn't seem right because it involves greying-out potentially important products, simply because they have no similar products. First technique might work though.
Nov
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Nov
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comment How best can I indicate a table cell is clickable?
It's just a product name with a price.
Nov
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comment How best can I indicate a table cell is clickable?
What if there are several similar products? Would there be multiple numbers.
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asked How best can I indicate a table cell is clickable?
Sep
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comment What is the psychology behind road markings on lanes unaffected by speed cameras?
@Racheet That's precisely my point. However this is turning into a long drawn-out discussion about the purpose of this site. Perhaps it would be better to move this discussion to chat.
Sep
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comment What is the psychology behind road markings on lanes unaffected by speed cameras?
@JamesRyan I'd say it's debatable as to whether it is pyschological or not. Granted- I hadn't thought of the physical explanation suggested by Izhaki when I asked. But surely a question about how a design is supposed to influence the experience of the user is a perfect UX question. Ah well, let's just agree to disagree.
Sep
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accepted What is the psychology behind road markings on lanes unaffected by speed cameras?
Sep
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comment What is the psychology behind road markings on lanes unaffected by speed cameras?
@JamesRyan The point I am making is that the lines on one side don't serve the same physical purpose as those on the other. Presumably there is some pyschology going on as to why they are included. End of. No error there. :-)
Sep
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comment What is the psychology behind road markings on lanes unaffected by speed cameras?
@JamesRyan My question has an error? What? Care to elaborate?
Sep
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comment What is the psychology behind road markings on lanes unaffected by speed cameras?
I wondered whether it was simply to put a little bit of doubt in the motorist's mind- "Am I sure it won't go off when I speed through it in this direction. Maybe better not risk it."
Sep
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comment What is the psychology behind road markings on lanes unaffected by speed cameras?
Seems unlikely to be "forward thinking". How hard is it to draw lines on the road?
Sep
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comment What is the psychology behind road markings on lanes unaffected by speed cameras?
No, I'm not sure whether it's psychological. I just couldn't think of a technical reason- they seem unnecessary.