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comment Should a web-based UI rely on the browser back button?
I've grown accustomed to using my middle mouse button on web applications like you describe. I open product details in another tab and close the tab to "go back". One advantage is you never have unexpected results after pressing the back button, another is that your scroll position within the listing doesn't change. Navigation is a big pain with the majority of web apps out there, I've seen very few do it exactly right.
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answered Getting input for a one-to-many relationship
Apr
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comment Which “Facebook Connect” or “Facebook Login” buttons are most effective? (Data wanted)
@tajmo I know it is official, but in my opinion it doesn't look very good :)
Apr
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answered Which “Facebook Connect” or “Facebook Login” buttons are most effective? (Data wanted)
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answered Helping participants in usability tests
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answered How can I differentiate Online products vs “Offline” products?
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answered Mirror top navigation order between left to right-languages and right to left-languages?
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answered Could scaring users be good UX?
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Apr
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comment A general term for objects a user can interact with and how they are used
Glad to help. Good luck, and hopefully you won't encounter problems with that implementation :)
Apr
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answered Most intuitive settings icon
Apr
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comment A general term for objects a user can interact with and how they are used
In Java, there is the example of actionlisteners (action might be a replacement for command btw :)). It's an interface for AWT/Swing that tells when an action has been performed. Two terms you maybe want to use?
Apr
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answered A general term for objects a user can interact with and how they are used