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Jan
8
comment Should a dropdown have a value (or be visible) when the associated checkbox is unchecked?
(not sure who downvoted you). As long as the user is lead down the correct rabbit hole (and this has been talked a lot about), I think it's OK that there's another step once they check it. Also, I don't want to make it appear that they can change the role before clicking the checkbox.
Jan
8
comment Should a dropdown have a value (or be visible) when the associated checkbox is unchecked?
I've accepted @DaveAlger's because he was first, but your justification was what I had in mind too. Thanks!
Jan
8
accepted Should a dropdown have a value (or be visible) when the associated checkbox is unchecked?
Jan
8
comment Should a dropdown have a value (or be visible) when the associated checkbox is unchecked?
Thanks! I'm accepting yours since you gave the first answer.
Jan
7
revised Should a dropdown have a value (or be visible) when the associated checkbox is unchecked?
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Jan
7
asked Should a dropdown have a value (or be visible) when the associated checkbox is unchecked?
Nov
4
comment Ways for a company to organize common/shared Icons Images and Graphics
Re: Google Drive. You can use the desktop clients to achieve the same effect as Dropbox. We use it quite successfully to do just this.
Sep
13
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Jul
2
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Jun
11
comment Will forcing response time to the average time as a minimum improve UX?
+1 - I created a jQuery plugin for ajax calls and showing a spinner only when the request "is slow" (which is the behavior you talk about). This type of user experience has worked out very well for us.
Dec
21
revised Should the comments/discussion slide-in from the side?
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Dec
20
comment Should the comments/discussion slide-in from the side?
It's pretty much all the space we have because the Old/New panels need to be as big as possible (since they're a visual diff - check some of my post history). I have thought about swapping out the changes view and the discussion view when the button was clicked, but then it'd be quite a large context change.
Dec
20
comment Should the comments/discussion slide-in from the side?
@jazZRo Just that the button staying visible (but active) and having the discussion below. That was pretty much all of the feedback.
Dec
18
comment Should the comments/discussion slide-in from the side?
Yeah - we considered this too. The problem for us is that discussion also shows activity (for example that something was created, approved etc.). If you click the comments button in Google Docs, you can see something similar to what we're trying to achieve.
Dec
18
revised Should the comments/discussion slide-in from the side?
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Dec
18
comment Should the comments/discussion slide-in from the side?
Ha ha - me too... which is why I've been surprised about their reactions thus far... :)
Dec
18
comment Should the comments/discussion slide-in from the side?
After the few tests that I did with the users, they weren't confused about the actual button, but rather the placement of the discussion when it slides out.
Dec
18
comment Should the comments/discussion slide-in from the side?
@karlphillip I use Balsamiq mockups. This site also supports it directly with the mockup button (it's not the smiley anymore though).
Dec
18
comment Should the comments/discussion slide-in from the side?
Yeah - that's the most obvious solution, however it's not code that they can modify. If you check my post history, you'll see that it's sort of like flow-charts but with revision control. Therefore, the area to view the diff really needs to be maximized. Thanks for your idea, though!
Dec
18
revised Should the comments/discussion slide-in from the side?
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