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bio website morethannothing.co.uk
location United Kingdom
age 26
visits member for 4 years, 1 month
seen Mar 22 at 12:27
I am a second year Computer Science who has been programming for 8 years in a variety of languages spanning from BASIC to C#.

Oct
8
awarded  Good Answer
Aug
17
awarded  Yearling
Aug
17
awarded  Yearling
Nov
13
comment Your download will start in X seconds
stackoverflow.com/questions/2142613/…
Sep
12
revised What makes a good form?
fixed small grammatical errors
Sep
12
suggested suggested edit on What makes a good form?
Aug
29
comment Tabbed browsing. Why close the application on closing the last tab?
Of course I meant (Ctrl|Command)+Shift+t
Aug
29
comment Tabbed browsing. Why close the application on closing the last tab?
Firefox and Chrome's history menu has a list of recently closed tabs and (Ctrl|Command)+Shift+Tab undoes closing tabs and have done for a while. Safari recently added Ctrl+Z to undo closing tabs.
Aug
18
awarded  Yearling
Aug
12
comment Designing an Advanced Search Control for iOS?
I'd be inclined to allow the user to search either "Title and Author" or "All".
Jul
14
comment How should the sign-up page for a mobile website work?
No evidence, but I get the feeling that an unmasked password input will feel insecure to people. Not that people will be looking over their shoulder insecure, but that the website will somehow steal and misuse their password insecure.
Jul
6
comment OK/Cancel on left/right?
I don't know about research, but Microsoft put a lot of effort into reversing UI elements like this for RTL.
Jun
6
answered What is the best way to display date validation errors?
May
2
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
24
comment Behavior of auto-scrolling gallery
I agree, this seems like the best solution for something with such a large content area.
Apr
10
comment Selecting pictures in a kiosk application
Some good ideas. I'm a little concerned about the screen real estate with this solution though. We only have an 11" screen to play with, and I'd like to keep elements and text as big as possible for people with poor motor skills and eyesight. Splitting it in two will approximately double the amount of scrolling people might need to do, which is fiddly enough as it is.
Apr
9
asked Selecting pictures in a kiosk application
Mar
29
answered Enter to submit comments on Facebook and StackExchange
Mar
21
answered Archive of iOS / android app icons?
Mar
20
answered the benefit of a separate preferences application