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Jul
14
awarded  Great Question
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
May
21
comment How best to handle a long list of items to rate?
this has got me thinking about some awesome ideas, thanks
May
21
asked How best to handle a long list of items to rate?
Dec
14
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
25
comment Many questions, pick as many as you'd like to answer
@LindaBrammer that's the pattern i'm trying to avoid, because i think it's clunky :) no, the questions are more prompts to answer about yourself and/or your company.
Oct
25
comment Many questions, pick as many as you'd like to answer
@gurvinder372 the context is basically pick as many of the questions as you want to give written information about yourself. there aren't points or anything, and no, this isn't a main feature. this is one step of a document-creation process. the questions are more or less business-related.
Oct
25
asked Many questions, pick as many as you'd like to answer
Sep
13
awarded  Yearling
May
10
accepted Display temporary action in table
May
9
comment Can a visual progress bar be used as a navigational element?
for what it's worth, now that i've accepted a correct answer and enough time has passed, i think, my option was the nav at the bottom
May
8
accepted Can a visual progress bar be used as a navigational element?
May
7
awarded  Nice Question
May
6
comment Can a visual progress bar be used as a navigational element?
which do you think mine is? :)
May
6
asked Can a visual progress bar be used as a navigational element?
Jan
15
awarded  Famous Question
Sep
13
awarded  Yearling
May
29
comment Display temporary action in table
bolding all the text in the row is a fantastic idea as well. i have also implemented double click (there's only one user. i showed him and he liked it, i'm not worried about discoverability). i ended up using RGBA colors with slight transparency and then changing the lower-most layer to a slightly darker shade to indicate "unapproved" state
May
27
comment Display temporary action in table
@JimmyBreck-McKye the user is one user who will be reviewing this (this is an admin tool for a small staff). he is very easy to train, and i put a tiny disclaimer reminding him. normally i would agree with you for a public-facing site, but it actually works out pretty beautifully. my background colors have alpha-transparency, so setting my back-most color to a shade of brown maintains the general shading scheme while setting it apart.
May
27
comment Display temporary action in table
for now i've decided to double click an unapproved row to approve it. unapproved rows will be a different background color.