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Aug
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comment Is it okay to map the left/right arrow keys to a website's navigation?
It will allow keyboard users to jump quickly between the side navigation area to the content area.
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
9
asked Is it okay to map the left/right arrow keys to a website's navigation?
Jun
9
accepted when is it wrong to use incremental search?
Jun
2
comment when is it wrong to use incremental search?
@user43251 yes, more accurately results will be matched to the database and displayed as you type without the need to hit a "search button"
Jun
2
asked Should I include a “search” button on a search as you type control?
Jun
2
asked when is it wrong to use incremental search?
Jul
14
comment Is a Long mouse click a valid and usable interaction pattern on a PC environment?
Will definitely add numeric keypad support though I don't think one can count on all users to choose this over the virtual keypad.
Jul
14
awarded  Supporter
Jul
14
comment Is a Long mouse click a valid and usable interaction pattern on a PC environment?
Keyboard is also functional. User feedback indicated that users expect delete to be part of the visual keypad, as they didn't like switching between mouse and keyboard.
Jul
14
comment Is a Long mouse click a valid and usable interaction pattern on a PC environment?
Thanks, just want to make clear this is not for a website but rather for an installed PC application.
Jul
14
asked Is a Long mouse click a valid and usable interaction pattern on a PC environment?
Jul
9
awarded  Scholar
Jul
9
accepted Is 'single click to select' list item wrong if its only used to show position?
Jul
9
asked Is 'single click to select' list item wrong if its only used to show position?
Dec
5
awarded  Editor
Dec
5
revised Where can I find info about rudimentary navigation / architecture paradigms?
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Dec
5
awarded  Custodian
Dec
5
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Where can I find info about rudimentary navigation / architecture paradigms?
Dec
5
awarded  Student