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Jun
2
comment Why are X, Y and Z axes represented by Red, Green, and Blue?
This is just a variant of @tohster's answer, if you consider that colors are conventionally listed in rainbow order. I doubt that blackbody radiation is the explanation behind the conventional color order; few people have experience with such high temperatures.
May
4
awarded  Yearling
Apr
8
comment How can I get people not to put trash in recycling bins?
@obelia Why don't you post that as an answer?
Apr
1
comment Should I avoid using “abort” in favor of its synonyms?
In the OS X UI, killing a process is called "Force Quit". Apple obviously went out of their way to avoid using "kill". (The Unix command in Terminal.app is still called kill, for obvious compatibility requirements.)
Mar
8
revised “Back to the top” call to actions, why do we need them?
edited tags
Mar
8
suggested approved edit on “Back to the top” call to actions, why do we need them?
Feb
21
revised What's the common name for this GUI element? (left-right box, assignmentbox, relationbox)
removed unpopular explanation
Feb
19
answered What's the common name for this GUI element? (left-right box, assignmentbox, relationbox)
Feb
3
comment Fallback chain for Chinese languages
@VitalyMijiritsky Now that there is an upvoted answer here, leaving the question on UX brings awareness of the issue to website designers.
Feb
2
comment Fallback chain for Chinese languages
@Crissov The character mapping is not one-to-one. For example, traditional characters 隻 and 只 both map to the simplified character 只 (based on the fact that they are homophones in Mandarin). Therefore, transliteration is non-trivial.
Feb
2
revised Fallback chain for Chinese languages
edited body
Feb
2
revised Fallback chain for Chinese languages
Added specific examples
Feb
2
answered Fallback chain for Chinese languages
Feb
2
comment Fallback chain for Chinese languages
@VitalyMijiritsky It might be a better fit on Chinese (debatable), but it doesn't appear to be off-topic on UX according to my interpretation of the help center, and therefore should not be a candidate for migration.
Jan
19
awarded  Caucus
Jan
3
comment How should user unselect a date from a calender?
Could you provide more context? What is the purpose of the form, and why might one want to leave a date field empty?
Dec
12
awarded  Organizer
Dec
12
revised Make people understand they can click on a button in a flat design
edited title; edited tags
Dec
12
suggested approved edit on Make people understand they can click on a button in a flat design
Dec
12
comment Make people understand they can click on a button in a flat design
No, don't delete the text labels! The meanings of the "5", "3", and AT&T look-alike logos aren't that obvious.