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Jul
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awarded  Curious
May
23
comment Are HTTP error codes user-friendly?
@alexeypegov partly because the website should have specific details about what the user should do based on the error. This will vary from site to site.
Apr
29
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
28
comment Should export of an editable table view to Spreadsheet reflect user edits?
@ChairmanMeow good question. We do allow them to save. Let say we are talking about before they click save/submit.
Feb
28
asked Should export of an editable table view to Spreadsheet reflect user edits?
Feb
3
comment International conventions/standards for abbreviating large numbers?
and it doesn't seem to clearly support currency formatting either.
Feb
3
comment International conventions/standards for abbreviating large numbers?
Interestingly, the standard doesn't seem to talk about how to handle negative numbers; and CompactDecimalFormat does not support them either. Any advice?
Feb
1
comment International conventions/standards for abbreviating large numbers?
This is awesome. Now if only I knew of a library that knows how to leverage this... maybe ICU?
Feb
1
accepted International conventions/standards for abbreviating large numbers?
Jan
29
revised International conventions/standards for abbreviating large numbers?
added 49 characters in body
Jan
29
asked International conventions/standards for abbreviating large numbers?
Jan
14
awarded  Excavator
Jan
14
revised Preferred format to display negative currency (US English)?
clarifying i18n aspect in the title to avoid wasting people's time searching for advice for i18n currency formatting.
Jan
14
suggested approved edit on Preferred format to display negative currency (US English)?
Nov
5
comment Pop ups soliciting user comments on websites, good or bad?
If you are after feedback only then "they did yield more feedback" would be a good metric. But if it harmed signups or sent users to another site, then that feedback probably wouldn't be worth it...
Oct
17
comment When is it acceptable to have *no* main navigation item selected?
Click StackExchange "about" item at the top of an SE site. No tabs selected. Good precedent to follow.
Oct
16
comment How shall I present high volume(messages/hour) messages?
@L.Mller - search might miss "valid" misspellings or alternative names. sometimes computers can't beat humans... at least that's still the case in 2013.
Oct
16
comment How shall I present high volume(messages/hour) messages?
Perhaps users can't read that many, but skimming 1000 msg/h can be done very efficiently. e.g. if it's "text us the name of the song the next time we play Paul McCartney and you win free crap!" then they can easily skim to look for "Helter Skelter" (and all misspellings of it) for a few minutes when they play that song.
Oct
11
answered Real-life UX: What's wrong with our coffee maker?
Oct
3
comment Is a book more user friendly than an e-book?
Is a fork more user friendly than a spoon?