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Feb
9
comment Flight Passenger Experience: 1 window per seat row
This would be a better question if it focussed on trains, where many do match seats to windows, while many others (Virgin Pedolinos, for example) don't. This divergence of experience is noteworthy, and could make a good basis for a question. See also area51.stackexchange.com/proposals/81747/….
Feb
5
revised What is the least ambiguous way to select a date range?
"avoids the user to do" was very weird phrasing, so I tidied it up a bit. And other minor tweaks.
Feb
5
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Jan
30
revised Is it default that an English version is always Title Case, while other languages like Dutch don't use Title Case?
Added image description. Fixed inaccurate use of "i.e." (it does not mean the same as "e.g."). Other minor grammatical tweaks.
Jan
30
suggested approved edit on Is it default that an English version is always Title Case, while other languages like Dutch don't use Title Case?
Jan
28
revised Should users be allowed to use any special character they want when creating a password?
Tidied grammar. Added punctuation to aid comprehension.
Jan
28
suggested approved edit on Should users be allowed to use any special character they want when creating a password?
Jan
13
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Dec
15
comment Why do some users complete forms all in capital letters?
Properly speaking, McKenzie is capitalised as McKENZIE.
Oct
22
comment Multiple vs single field capture for phone number form input
Surely a UK phone number is written as one of the following: +44 (0)20 444 4444, +44 20 444 4444, or (020) 444 4444. Your example seems to be a hybrid.
Sep
24
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Sep
21
revised What is the origin of the eject symbol?
Tided appearance of quoted portion. Some grammar tweaks. Added image description. Made title a question.
Sep
20
suggested approved edit on What is the origin of the eject symbol?
Sep
13
revised Best way to combine sign in and sign up in the same form?
Added image description.
Sep
10
comment Login and Register in one form
Closely related: ux.stackexchange.com/q/11840/2131.
Aug
27
comment Should I empty the wrongly filled fields or leave as user has filled after validation message?
@sapi. Clearing passwords is a security concern: The incorrect password is probably only slightly incorrect, or is a password for another account. The server should never publish passwords, so the new copy of the page should not contain the password. (This may not apply if the validation is done client side or with Ajax.)
Aug
22
comment Does the Oxford Comma increase readability?
meta.stackexchange.com/a/208922
Aug
15
comment How to display a division by zero in a grid?
x/0 != ∞. Division by zero results in undefined, not in infinity.
Jul
31
comment Automatic calling system: “Press star” or “Press asterisk”?
Further, @Keavon, until very recently, if I saw "5#" used to indicate "5 pound", I would have had no idea at all what was meant. I did know that Americans called it a "pound sign", but I didn't know why, or that they used it in this way. A native English speaker does not have to use a currency called "pound" to know of £ as the pound sign. (Irish pounds and Cypriot pounds are now defunct, but both here and in Cyprus English speakers would still know of £ pound signs. Australia doesn't use pounds, but I'd guess they'd still call £ a pound sign. (Egyptian pounds are still extant.))
Jul
31
comment Automatic calling system: “Press star” or “Press asterisk”?
I never said that the UK was most of the English-speaking world (and I certainly never said that England is). I did say that most English speakers would never associate the symbol # with the word "pound". I have never seen that used. "Five pound (weight)" is "5 lbs." I have never seen "5#". I have seen "#5" used for "number five". In fact, that's the only use of the symbol I know. It's called "hash" or "number sign". It is not called "pound".