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Business owner looking for the next killer app.


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Apr
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revised How can I help a user extract a unique key from an email?
typo
Apr
17
answered How can I help a user extract a unique key from an email?
Apr
10
comment Combining pagination and selection
I think my first suggestion is appropriate then. You can even move the checked item to top as soon as they are selected, to show the user this special area.
Apr
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revised Allow Multiple Instances of a Page
Added explanation after the question has been edited.
Apr
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comment Allow Multiple Instances of a Page
It is certainly better for touch screens. Isn't it covering important parts of your document?
Apr
10
comment Combining pagination and selection
I don't know your use case, but you wrote "more than two" so I guessed. I agree that comparing too much items isn't usable. I usually see it limited to 3, I wouldn't allow much more than that.
Apr
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answered Allow Multiple Instances of a Page
Apr
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revised Combining pagination and selection
typo
Apr
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answered Combining pagination and selection
Apr
10
comment Inserting a long word in a limited header space
The question looks like a duplicate: ux.stackexchange.com/questions/1742/…
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awarded  Yearling
Mar
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comment How to graphically represent a language
I think we're going off topic. The question is about how to direct the user to a content that is either in his language or matches his country. I'd be glad to discuss with you about linguistic, but privately.
Mar
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revised How to graphically represent a language
Added an updated external resource
Mar
25
comment How to graphically represent a language
@Nicolas Barbulesco - I don't see your point here. How close languages are is not relevant. The fact that the user understands what is written is not enough. He has to feel you are speaking to him, not to his neighbor. Otherwise let's write only English, "everybody understands it".
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comment How to graphically represent a language
The Apple example actually follows the 'flags are bad for languages' principle, as only the country selection is a flag, the language is described textually by the country name. But I like the solution avoiding writing the language itself. I'm less convinced by the combination of two flags, I think it would be really confusing to have for example the German flag multiple times on the page.
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