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A menu is a list of commands presented to an operator by a computer system

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from which it emerges, a sheet does not have its own title." I interpret the HIG and the associated screenshots to indicate NO menu bars should be included in modal windows. Of course, the HIG is a … guideline and not a set of absolute rules, so also ask yourself if there is any reason your users would absolutely need to use menu bar controls within the modal window in question. …
answered Aug 24 '11 by Nadine Schaeffer
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There are two reasons that multi-level nested menus do not provide the best usability. It is hard for users to physically select the first level item, then the second level, then the third. There is …
answered Nov 11 '11 by Nadine Schaeffer
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Perhaps a cookie crumb would help let users know where they are, where they came from, and how to get back. Then, you could use contextual actions and menus to help present the correct options on the …
answered Nov 16 '11 by Nadine Schaeffer