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comment What's the reason behind this Google Chrome feature?
I have version 11, and the glow follows the cursor as I move it over the tab -- that's what the OP asked about.
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comment Multiple lists on one screen — best approach?
Design A assumes that both lists size to the length of their contents (the lists never scroll; only the screen in its entirety scrolls)
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comment How to depict a bottomless pit from a top-down perspective
Maybe try gamedev.stackexchange.com also...
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comment Multiple lists on one screen — best approach?
Thanks! What do you mean by "looks risky" concerning A?
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comment Multiple lists on one screen — best approach?
Excellent, thanks! (And your site is a treasure trove of info as well)
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comment Multiple lists on one screen — best approach?
@Michael: Yes, my example is intended for multi-column lists, but I do like Vitaly's approach for shorter items. I wonder at what point (# of items) a multi-column display of short items would be more readable than the free-form sequential list?
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comment Multiple lists on one screen — best approach?
+1 Thanks, haven't thought about the accordion. But it may lead to 2 interactions: 1. click to expand, 2. scroll to see the rest of the content