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accepted What is the best tablet case for use by patients in a medical environment?
Apr
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comment What is the best tablet case for use by patients in a medical environment?
Thanks, Carri, those are great recommendations. Bummer about the Griffin Air Strap Med, though—that sounds like it was a great option. The only other case I've come across that was deliberately targeted at healthcare is the Tough-PAC case innervisiontechnology.com/products.htm but for some reason we've had trouble actually getting one.
Mar
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revised What is the best tablet case for use by patients in a medical environment?
Updating, hopefully clarifying question
Mar
19
revised What is the best tablet case for use by patients in a medical environment?
Clarifying question to specify that I mean tablet case, not use case.
Mar
19
comment What is the best tablet case for use by patients in a medical environment?
That's great stuff, @DaveAlger. While I am specifically looking for advice on physical tablet cases with my question, I can see how it could easily have been interpreted as a request for a “use case.” We are very much of the same thinking across your points, though.
Mar
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answered Position of a delete prompt?
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asked What is the best tablet case for use by patients in a medical environment?
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Mar
13
revised How to make “signing a contract” on a tablet feel serious and legally binding?
Removing what appears to be a typo in the title.
Mar
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suggested approved edit on How to make “signing a contract” on a tablet feel serious and legally binding?
Mar
11
answered (iOS) UI for obtaining beginning and end time for sleep duration
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revised Can I use tabs to organize content, if the content is halfway down the screen?
Added suggestions for category actions
Mar
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answered Can I use tabs to organize content, if the content is halfway down the screen?
Mar
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comment If the user has set a search filter, but the data is N/A, should it be shown
It might also be worth looking into how Google Images's color filter works. Somehow when I search for "Car" then apply a color filter for "Blue" I'm given a whole bunch of obviously blue cars. You might be able to detect or at least make a "best guess" of what color those unspecified vehicles are and work them in.
Mar
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comment If the user has set a search filter, but the data is N/A, should it be shown
This is a good approach. One situation it might not work as well for depends on how many results are going to be in the set. If there are many paginated pages of color-known results, would the unspecified results still be appended all the way at the end? I still like this solution, though.
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answered Google Maps Link Name
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