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comment Save session state on search option change or after getting the search results?
maybe I could put a tooltip on hover on the switched button, explaining that they have to change something!
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comment Save session state on search option change or after getting the search results?
ah sorry i missed "another" in your answer and i though you meant the search button. Yep, maybe show different color code when the search results need refresh could be an idea. Already now I switch the search button color to either green, orange or red in case of succes, no results, or server problems. It remains switched for only one sec. Maybe I could left it switched until a change in the options is made and then switch it back to blue! I wonder how this will stack against user. they will have to understand that they have to change something to activate the button again
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comment Save session state on search option change or after getting the search results?
So your suggesting solution 1, I also eventually ended up using that one! (didn't think about blinking button though, nice one!) Instead of cookies i'm using html5 sessionStorage :)
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asked Save session state on search option change or after getting the search results?