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revised How should window resizing affect what portion of a large image is being viewed?
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answered What is an alternative way to display a very large number?
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comment How should window resizing affect what portion of a large image is being viewed?
@JonW Yeah, it does seem rather intuitive to retain the opposite corner/side if you're scaling using the border of the window. Pretty good idea! Man... who knew resizing would be such a PITA! It's amazing the features we take for granted, without ever thinking about the thought and code put into them. I bet my coworkers would give me an unimpressed smirk if I told them I spent several hours thinking about resizing.
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comment How should window resizing affect what portion of a large image is being viewed?
Please see the update of the question (at the very bottom) and let me know your thoughts!
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asked How should window resizing affect what portion of a large image is being viewed?
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answered Consistent UI experience
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comment To use or not to use “Zebra Stripes”, or Alternating Row Colors for Tables
I'm not going to be citing any scientific survey or anything like that, so I'll make this a comment instead of an answer, but I prefer zebra'd tables. The color difference should be slight, however -- I don't like strong zebras. Also, as explained by others, the very best method is allowing the user to highlight a selected row, but that's sometimes not really appropriate, in which case a weak zebra is preferred.