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Firstly with the state changing I wouldn't worry about the button being in the same place. The user is performing a different action in both instances so will likely expect there to be different consequences. There are 3 options you could go with for this. Option 1 Which from what I understand is fairly similar to what you have already. Replacing the ...


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How do you see the current approach negatively impacting the user? If you were to leave it as is, would you be concerned that someone would be confused by what the "Save" button does, because of its similarity to the "Submit" button? And if after hitting the "Edit" button they were to click the "Save" button, when they actually thought they were clicking "...


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