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May
29
comment Is it safe to assume everyone uses / has mouse wheels?
My mother, for one, does not know what a scroll wheel is or what it does, even through she has one and I have shown her several times.
Mar
15
comment Why are vote buttons on Stack Exchange shown when they can't be used?
@StevenPenny: do you even UX bro? Why hide information where many users will not find it?
Mar
15
comment Why are vote buttons on Stack Exchange shown when they can't be used?
@StevenPenny: because then you'd have exactly the same problem: people wonder why it's disabled, get annoyed, ask support questions, etc...
Oct
2
comment Why are Inverted Colors considered an accessibility feature?
@Igor Asselbergs: color inversion doesn't actually switch red and green - at least when I do it in IrfanView, red becomes cyan and green becomes magenta.
Oct
1
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Oct
1
answered Why are Inverted Colors considered an accessibility feature?
Oct
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