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Working in UX / Information Architect role in Hampshire, UK.

Twitter: https://twitter.com/UXJon


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comment Rationale behind not having infinite undo
True, but Adobe don't know the exact spec of any machine that PS will be installed on, nor do they know the complexity of the tasks it will be used for (which would also have an impact on the stored history) so that's why they compromise and offer a default that can be changed - if you can find out how ;)
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comment Unintuitive order of vi directional keys
Personally the key I would use the most is Left, so it would make more sense for me for this to be the function for J. But all that proves is that everyone has their own subjective preference, so unless VI tested with a huge user sample and came to this reasoning (unlikely) then the other possibility as to why this was chosen is neatly summarised by @Mariusz.
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revised Unintuitive order of vi directional keys
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comment Prize/Gift selection campaign
Hi tehk. I'm not sure exactly what you're asking here. If it's the name of this type of UX flow then I'm not sure there is a term for this, it's just a user journey. Why do you wish to know this term? Instead of trying to find the term for a situation, why not explain what the problem is you're trying to solve and we'll see if we can help you out there. That's more what we're about on ux.stackexchange rather than just giving you examples of sites that do something similar (that's not really something we can help with - we provide answers to problems, rather than links to numerous examples).
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comment User-friendlier dropdowns with hoverIntent?
There have been several questions in recent months about use of hover in menus. Is your question specifically about JQuery hoverIntent, or hovering in general?
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comment Constraining user actions in Maps API
Can you expand on this answer? It's not really an answer at present, it's more some questions directed back at the OP.
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