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Aug
16
asked How long should the delay be before a tooltip pops up?
Aug
16
revised Tab Overflow: What to do when I run out of space for yearly tabs?
Don't want to steal Robert's thunder when the site opens up to the public
Aug
16
revised “Clear all” button history
It's all coming back to me now :-)
Aug
16
revised “Clear all” button history
note about "clear" vs. reset
Aug
16
answered “Clear all” button history
Aug
16
comment Which are the best UI related blogs/sites?
The good blogs will be deep-linked in answers to questions and you'll eventually discover them that way. This question invites people to go off and explore the rest of the internet when they could be participating in the community that we're trying to build.
Aug
16
revised Where should the “preferences” item go in a desktop application?
added GNOME
Aug
15
answered Where should the “preferences” item go in a desktop application?
Aug
15
awarded  Critic
Aug
14
revised From the perspective of an UI (or user), what is an atomic action?
added 91 characters in body
Aug
14
revised From the perspective of an UI (or user), what is an atomic action?
edited body
Aug
14
answered From the perspective of an UI (or user), what is an atomic action?
Aug
14
answered Its good , bad or neutral from psychological point of view to place a cart on the bottom of a page
Aug
13
revised What are the common idioms for the drop portion of a drag and drop operation?
Removed link to my other answer. It was too self-promoting.
Aug
13
comment What are the common idioms for the drop portion of a drag and drop operation?
Normally there's a default cursor and either a "can drop" or "can't drop" cursor. I think the "can drop" cursor is better. Positive reinforcement. :-)
Aug
13
answered What are the common idioms for the drop portion of a drag and drop operation?
Aug
13
comment Tab Overflow: What to do when I run out of space for yearly tabs?
I'm thinking without JS it should just display separate tables for each year in one long page. That would be good for printing too. (It does not degrade gracefully now. Nor does it does it use internal (#) anchors to enable linking directly to a tab. Hangs head in shame.)
Aug
13
awarded  Commentator
Aug
13
comment What are the important design principles that a good UI should comply with?
See the "scope of questions" discussion on meta. We're still trying to work out what should be considered on topic. I'd appreciate your input.
Aug
12
revised Tab Overflow: What to do when I run out of space for yearly tabs?
Thanks to @brendn for pointing out this is a pagination problem.