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accepted Open the folder vs show in explorer?
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accepted Should I show a list of products if there is only one product?
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revised Should I show a list of products if there is only one product?
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asked Should I show a list of products if there is only one product?
Jan
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answered How can I account for lack of data during an on-boarding process?
Jan
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answered Why not use ellipsis to ask the user?
Dec
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comment Is it ok to use different fonts for translated versions of the same website?
If your client has specifically requested a consistent presence, which you indicated that they have, and has gone so far as to create a specific font to use, you will want to ask this question to them. They might care more than the average user, and if it makes them happy to spend more money expanding the font, so be it.
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answered Why people minimize the screen rapidly
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awarded  Civic Duty
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comment Good way to make loyalty card app
I've seen this done with a QR code on a stand kept below the counter. You had to ask for the code, and the clerk was responsible for not letting you scan unless you bought something.
Oct
31
comment Has anyone had any experience with inputs similar to apple's calendar “create quick event”?
I suspect the same sentence parsing is used in their voice-activated reminder creation system. "Remind me to do X [today/tonight/tomorrow/at 3/tomorrow night at 7/when I get home/etc]" seems to work pretty seamlessly
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answered Is giving users false assurance a good thing?
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comment In user instructions, which term is more widely understood to mean a character A thru Z, letter, alpha or something else?
An alphabet is a set of characters. I was pointing out that you're typically either talking about the name of one set (like Latin or Cryllic) or the contents of one (like the string "abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvqxyz") when you use the term "alphabet", not a single character