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comment How to tell a user that a search is being performed when they stop typing
@JeremieMiserez: True - in which case a threshold to show the progress wheel seems appropriate. If the search is that fast anyway then no additional visual cue should be required.
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accepted Web interaction for desktop and touchscreen
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comment Web interaction for desktop and touchscreen
Hmm, that's interesting, although I'd have to look at the events that the browser supports (we have to support back to IE6 and use various canvas replacement technologies). I'd +1 for the suggestion if I could.
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comment Web interaction for desktop and touchscreen
Similar to Nurit's answer, and is something I've thought about. Often however people don't want to centre a Node to navigate to it.
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comment Web interaction for desktop and touchscreen
It's an option, but not a particularly nice one.
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comment Web interaction for desktop and touchscreen
I've already considered the first, this is something we can actually already do. At the moment I'm thinking of the long click (which I believe is a right click) for touch screen devices if I can determine that from the web.
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comment Web interaction for desktop and touchscreen
@dnbrv: We need to fix the navigation interaction as we can't hover.