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answered How to indicate that an element in a grid is the current one
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comment Enquiry sent without connection
Hi @kbwatts, thanks for sharing. Yeah, it's native, and I present the user a ProgressDialog telling him to wait a moment. Afterwards, depending on what the output was, I show a Confirm or Alert Crouton. My idea was to also present a modal explaining the poor connection situation, and two options, to keep waiting, or send the email. Anyway, despite yours is a good encouraging answer, let's wait for others to tell something. Here's a +1, though!
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accepted Is a visually unnoticeable performance improvement a valid excuse to reduce graphics quality?
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comment Is a visually unnoticeable performance improvement a valid excuse to reduce graphics quality?
I'm pretty sure our app is not going to be voted as the fastest, since we have a barrier called emulated app. Since it's not native, I'm not able to take the most out of each phone, which is a pity. Thanks for taking the subconscious signal to collation.
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comment Is a visually unnoticeable performance improvement a valid excuse to reduce graphics quality?
Yeah @Charleh, I had doubts with that as well. It may be because my test device is not actually resampling at 1:1, but a little larger. I've tested it afterwards to an mdpi device (which should be the natural ratio), and it worked well. Also, the svgs are not that complex, but are massively used. I wouldn't say pngs are lighter, but we were able to use a spritesheet, since svg spritesheets might be slower.
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comment Is a visually unnoticeable performance improvement a valid excuse to reduce graphics quality?
Hi @Charleh. To me, an absence of comments doesn't mean the issue is not there anymore. Reviews from Mobile stores are not really useful when they don't leave a message (well, often the comments are not useful enough, though), yet a bad rater could still have that problem and not telling us. Testing is done with a phone and a tablet that can handle pretty decently the app, but every device is different, so making any improvement to me is a must. Hence the question, would we benefit from doing this, or is this going to be our doom?
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asked Is a visually unnoticeable performance improvement a valid excuse to reduce graphics quality?
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comment How to ask for details to a poor reviewer?
@SheTeeples That's why I'm first asking the real issues of our clients, in fact. There's no point on changing an app to what clients tend to ask, if what clients tell is "I don't like it, 1 star". Sorry for sounding angry, but I actually enjoy feedback from users.
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