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Jan
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comment Clicking a Breadcrumb Link, Trigger Browser Back Button, or Forward?
@martinkunev I'm not sure about that. Windows Explorer works in different ways - you can click the breadcrumb item and it'll take you to that section of hierarchy, or you can click back and go back in history, but I'm not sure users correlate the breadcrumb action with the Back button action. They're two different interactions, just as with the web.
Jan
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comment Responsive layout standard for table layouts
Does this post answer your question? ux.stackexchange.com/questions/75595/… - Or this one? ux.stackexchange.com/questions/35302/…
Jan
11
comment Should I layout timelines right to left when localizing for RTL languages?
You haven't really said why you should RTL here. It may be in the links you provided, but the links should be used as citations with the actual relevant content transcribed within the answer itself. After all, this is a Question and Answer site, not a Question and Related Link site.
Jan
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reviewed No Action Needed When did UX start being called UX?
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Jan
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reviewed Close Why have cookies on websites?
Jan
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reviewed Reviewed Do spinner-based date pickers on iOS & Android detract from the user's experience?
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reviewed Leave Open Why have cookies on websites?
Jan
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comment Why breadcrumbs should not be used as a primary Navigation?
What actually makes you think they would be suitable for primary navigation?
Jan
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revised Clicking a Breadcrumb Link, Trigger Browser Back Button, or Forward?
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reviewed Leave Open Download button - icon representing the action or subject
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reviewed Close What makes this POS design look dated
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reviewed Reopen Sharelines - LA Times - gone… why?
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reviewed Approve popover tag wiki excerpt
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comment Sharelines - LA Times - gone… why?
We can only guess or make assumptions. If you need to know the answer to this then you need to contact them directly.
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Jan
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comment UX/UI Translation in many lanuages
The difference between your question and that one is that the linked question poses a specific issue, and people answer it with suggestions, using examples to support the answer. It's not a question of "show me examples of an interface" because that's too broad. I've added the core question into your main post to make it a bit clearer to people viewing what it is you're after.