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awarded  Yearling
Jul
14
awarded  Great Question
Jul
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awarded  Curious
May
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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
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awarded  Famous Question
Sep
13
awarded  Yearling
May
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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.