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comment Convert box-and-arrow (text) markup to an image
@BennySkogberg I've edited to try and be more general, but if it's still inappropriate, feel free to delete.
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comment Convert box-and-arrow (text) markup to an image
@BennySkogberg thanks, i didn't know
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revised Convert box-and-arrow (text) markup to an image
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comment Convert box-and-arrow (text) markup to an image
@3nafish I don't understand. As far as I'm aware, there is only one website that does this and thus there is only one correct answer. None of the websites you mention fit the description I gave, as they don't embed UML within a URL.
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answered Convert box-and-arrow (text) markup to an image
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asked Convert box-and-arrow (text) markup to an image
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revised Why do progress bars animate backwards?
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comment Is it time to reevaluate what keys keyboards should have?
My personal opinion-- I like how many laptops (especially Macs) use the F keys for common system functions by default, but also allow you to use them as custom shortcut keys (with Fn), which I use quite often. I haven't used Chromebook, but I would be disappointed if it didn't include an Fn key. The one drawback, however, is that I find myself slowed down just a tad by the fact I have to use both hands to page up and down (fn+up/down). The caps lock key, on the other hand, can't be used as a shortcut and is pretty much useless IMHO.
Aug
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comment How to design user evaluation tasks without leading people to 'the answer'?
I agree, it's not a first step-- OP has already taken a first step. Eye tracking isn't necessarily the best option, but OP has said that this "isn't the only situation" where this has come up, so it's something that's probably worth investigating. The big step here is getting your software set up and running-- the situation here does not require a very elaborate experimental design (since it's explorative) and probably shouldn't require any quantitative analysis at all.
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answered How to design user evaluation tasks without leading people to 'the answer'?