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comment Dropdown Button and disjunct options
Thank you very much! That really wraps everything up quite nicely. The action in the split button are really different and go to different dialogs, so i fear -as you said above- that your second option is not feasible. The second option is really an intermediate to power user function, so we really don't want to expose it too much. Sorry, that I wasn't clear about that beforehand. We will go with the worst option and hide it. I still have problems with that but as it is an intermediate function I think it is okay. Thanks again!
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comment Dropdown Button and disjunct options
Thanks for your reply, that example fits. I'm a bit concerned because - as you say - people might expect buttons which cannot be used to disappear, usually in the app we just deactivate them.
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