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comment Submit Buttons on the Left or the Right?
My advice: be consistent internally in your user experience. So, your preference sounds fine to me, as long as you keep that logic throughout. The rule there would be "primary action on the edge, secondary on the inside." And if you put the primary action in the middle (common now on mobile) or even edge-to-edge, secondary action would go below (rather the inverse of the first rule). In a grand sense, the rules are arbitrary, but inside your designed experience, they become the laws of the land. And, as styles change, so do user expectations: pay attention and know when it's time to adapt.
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comment How to avoid 12:00 AM midnight/noon confusion in a time input field?
From what you are saying, 12:01am is ambiguous to you, but you reference "almost midnight" or "almost noon" … I'm a little confused because 12:01 would be "just after." Regardless, what I hear is that 12:01 am still doesn't strike you as being clearly in the dark or light of the 24-hour cycle. This is somewhat similar to the issue of the new year beginning smack in the middle of the coldest, darkest days of the year (in the northern hemisphere). In many cultures, it begins in spring, which feels like a new beginning to a day. But I digress.
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