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From a UX point of view, the best practices would be consistent with user behaviour and expectations. This being said, however, I am providing some ideas to help you consider what would be the user expectations for your application. For Ok/cancel button alignment, the OK button is usually done on the left in Windows or on the right on MacOS. So it depends on ...


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This recently came up at my company too. Some HIPPO decided that primary buttons should be set flush right. Yet everywhere else on our site, primary buttons are flush left, with the secondary button adjacent to the right. At least that's the pattern for right-to-left languages. For Arabic and Hebrew, it's flipped. All the sources I found agree that there ...


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