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comment What to use - “Login” or “Sign in”? What about both?
@moot - They are using "Sign in" for logging in through other websites not for other websites. Yes, I can confirm that you get same features for both. Clicking on "Sign in with Facebook" basically just logs you into their website using your Facebook information. And yes, it also creates your account there, it's not just a temporary login.
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comment What to use - “Login” or “Sign in”? What about both?
I have deleted the thing about "using" and "with". My question does not concern with what Facebook uses rather what websites choose to use while using its name.
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revised What to use - “Login” or “Sign in”? What about both?
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asked What to use - “Login” or “Sign in”? What about both?
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comment Customer redeems an offer, vendor does what?
Facilitating offer?
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comment to Design Quality User Experience for Android Mobile app, should we care for pixel ? is that nessasory?
I think Android Stack Exchange might be a good place for your question. Also, even if you go pixel-perfect with elements in your UI, Android's different form factors require that you have a good scaling mechanism.
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comment Should a search button go on the left or the right of the search box
Question was "is it better for the button to be on the left or the right of the search field". Where have you answered that?
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revised Visually Displaying Search Results
Added more info to the question as per the OP's comments.
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revised How should 'Quit', 'Save Draft', and 'Continue' be positioned on mobile web?
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answered How should 'Quit', 'Save Draft', and 'Continue' be positioned on mobile web?
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comment How to make font that clearly distinct “b” and “d” without sacrificing legibility
I fail to see b and d as similar looking.
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answered Selectable items change size as they are loaded