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How can I design this toggle button to make more sense?

Problems that I see with your approach are: The actions reset and clear trails are probably buttons. Whereas Trails: ON is a toggle. When these two different action elements looks the same, user will ...
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Many save options, limited space

If every action is save plus something else, the application should save automatically like Google docs. Here's an example of saving automatically and using regular buttons to avoid discoverability ...
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Many save options, limited space

The reason your split button is causing discoverability issues is because Close, Create Another, and Schedule Delivery really aren’t different ways of saving. They’re different ways of proceeding to ...
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Many save options, limited space

The answer is in this: ... not enough discoverability Make it discoverable:
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Many save options, limited space

If the intention is to save space, a segmented button with the default action labeled and the other two with icons: When making the first click or hovering in the desktop version, an animation can ...
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Which way should arrows point for a dropdown button?

In general, buttons should indicate what action is going to be performed when clicked. Arrows Buttons Arrows can indicate either action or state - up-down arrows for action, right-down arrows for ...
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What is better for UX - hiding or disabling irrelevant buttons

Both have their pros and cons, so it depends on the situation. Advantages of disabling: Users always find the same control in the same place Easier to take screenshots for documents Disadvantages of ...
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Repeat split button primary action?

The rule is: A split button has a default action. Clicking "Insert" above performs a general "insert", but clicking on the split part opens a menu of related actions. The Zoom ...
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Should we use 'Title Case' or 'Sentence case' for headlines and buttons?

I posted this answer on Stack Overflow, but it's just as appropriate here: This kind of thing will depend on your platform's Human Interface Guidelines: Google's Material design guidelines recommend ...
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