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Aug
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comment Rough and fine adjustments with horizontal slider
Hey, that might be an idea. Not the last part about ultrafine, but yes; of course dragging the slider also adjusts.
Aug
3
comment Rough and fine adjustments with horizontal slider
Wanted to keep description short. Yes, users can type in values. Yes, range of values is wide: Scaling down images (scaling up not possible).
Aug
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asked Rough and fine adjustments with horizontal slider
Aug
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comment Which one is easier to use: horizontal or vertical sliders?
ux.stackexchange.com/questions/5706/easiest-cursor-move
Aug
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revised How can I lead users to and use an unusual navigation
Removed unnecessary from bottom
Jul
31
answered What's a good icon to represent how difficult a task is to do?
Jul
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suggested suggested edit on How can I lead users to and use an unusual navigation
Jul
29
comment Horizontal menus, do they scale?
Well, are you sure they will scale, well, indefinitely? Also, it seems users don't mind scrolling horizontally.
Jul
19
answered Plus icon for new tab not working in user testing. Anomaly or actually confusing for users…
Jul
19
awarded  Editor
Jul
19
revised With straighten, do we really need rotate?
Found the website I got the idea of four rotations from (aviary.com)
Jul
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awarded  Scholar
Jul
18
accepted Easiest cursor move?
Jul
5
comment With straighten, do we really need rotate?
Thanks. I think I might just go YAGNI on this one, and leave out rotation from the start, to possibly be included later. Perhaps Some user testing with regards to this first.
Jul
4
comment With straighten, do we really need rotate?
The application in question will not have support for layers. Do you have a concrete example of when you would want an image aligned at an angle? I can only think of "crazy shots", and one should think it wouldn't matter so much there. And anyway; it's a pretty basic application.
Jul
4
comment With straighten, do we really need rotate?
Sure, users are used to the rotationmethod, but hey: Progress! (:
Jul
4
asked With straighten, do we really need rotate?
Jul
4
comment The listing in web pages, how it can solve ?
I strongly suggest you avoid using popups. "to display 6 links and but link more" – What do you mean here? Rephrase perhaps?
Jul
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answered Any resources on user interface testing?
Jun
27
comment Combining rotation and straightening of images
@DA01 - Hm, the intention is for the straightener to straighten an image within 90°. Meaning that using it on an image like this (upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/a/aa/Perspectivephoto.jpg) on the vertical lines wouldn't rotate the image 90°, but only a few, to straighten the windows. Do you have examples of cases where one would want to rotate an image arbitrarily versus the (as you call it) specific task of straightening? (Perhaps I don't even need rotation at all. 90°-increments are provided for)