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asked Why are CSS cursor types so rare on the web?
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comment Evidence of a difference in conversion rate between a “ghost” and a “traditional” button?
@rdjs, I think he means that it doesn't catch attention as much as "traditional" buttons (probably meaning high-contrast full-surface buttons).
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asked Designing for landscape mobile view
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comment Should we trust a user's web browser to tell us the language/culture they want?
@Michael12345: Yes, but it depends on your audience of course. If the majority of your audience matches your set-up then it makes sense. My point is: you need to (quantitatively) know that your audience is actually having this problem. If you're changing this but it turns out less than 3% of your users are having this issue, it could be an annoyance to the rest.
Apr
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comment Should we trust a user's web browser to tell us the language/culture they want?
@tohecz: yup, that's what I mean by offering an alternative.
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answered Should we trust a user's web browser to tell us the language/culture they want?
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comment Why do squares look taller than wide on screens?
Thank you for your answer. I awarded you the bounty. Even though it lacks definitive evidence, it's the only answer that fits the illusion (the other answers focus on the square actually not being a square on the screen, while it is).
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revised Why do squares look taller than wide on screens?
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comment Why do squares look taller than wide on screens?
@DA01, the point is: when I measure the square (with a ruler laid on top of my monitor), I see that it's actually a square with even sides. So the image is not stretched at all.
Apr
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comment Why do squares look taller than wide on screens?
Thank you for your extensive explanation. Just a simple question: doesn't that mean that when you would measure it with a ruler, you would actually get different line lengths? Because when you measure the lines, they are exactly equal.