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comment Toilet paper orientation
@mc01 Whether there is an actual solution is not so much the issue though. It's around asking questions in a way that can solicit a theoretical correct answer. "Tell me some things about..." is not a question that could ever have a correct answer, but "How can I get x to work" is. See the link that Kwahn referenced in an earlier comment: blog.stackoverflow.com/2010/09/good-subjective-bad-subjective
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comment Should the sidenav come on top of screen or shrink the screen?
Please give more details, it's impossible to give a correct answer without knowing the context that this is happening in.
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comment Toilet paper orientation
@ZachSaucier It is asking for peoples opinions on some usability factors. It is not precise, it is not asking for the answer to a problem. There is no solution to this question, just discussion. Questions should be focused "I have X problem, I have tried Y solution to solve it but it has not worked, what should I be doing". Not "Tell me some usability factors".
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comment Toilet paper orientation
@MaaikevanReekum Fun questions would be fine, provided you can structure it in a format that fits this site. This question is too broad for that. It's not the subject matter that is the problem, it is the format of the question itself.
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comment Toilet paper orientation
@plainclothes It's not about 'stuffiness' it's about having answerable questions. This is a discussion topic, not an answerable question.
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comment Notify a user why nothing happened
Are you suggesting the user is routed off to a separate page every time this happens? Because compared to toast popups that seems more annoying than less, to me.
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comment What are the best ux case study about healthcare?
This isn't really the sort of question that works here. We're about solving specific problems. This is too broad and opinion-based for this site I'm afraid.
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comment Has somebody ever used Mockplus?
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it is a request for product reviews; it isn't a UX question needing a solution.
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reviewed Edit Collaboration for creative digital teams
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revised Collaboration for creative digital teams
Removed request for tool recommendations, as that's out of scope for this site.
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reviewed Close Psychology graduate going into UX/HCI field. career advice needed
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comment is navigation bar mandatory for ios appicatoins
Whether or not Apple will approve an application decision is not a User Experience question, so isn't a suitable question for this site.
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comment Delay in loading dropdown menu
@JoeBlow I disagree. It's probably not accidental, it's intentional. Notice that if you hover over and immediately mouse out the menu doesn't pop up at all, so it's not a delay in the job running, it's likely because they know how annoying it is for menu's to constantly pop in when you're just exploring the page with the mouse. How many sites have you visited when you're reading something and accidentally mouse over the main nav and instantly the content is obscured by the popup menu?
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revised Why are the “Undo” and “Redo” arrow icons commonly round?
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comment How to intentionally make an action difficult to do?
Can you elaborate on your specific situation, rather than just a broad overview? We're here to answer specific questions, rather than just give broad feedback. That way a specific answer can be given to your situation which will help people with similar queries. A broad, loose question will result in broad, loose answers that aren't really suitable solutions to problems.