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I do use it a lot and I've seen my users using it as well, that is why we are thinking about a redesign from tabs to placeholders on a single long list of data so you can ctrl+f to the field you want to get (we have employee cards that have quite many fields on them).


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Product page Hiding information behind the show more button is quite inappropriate if it's a page dedicated to the product. The user already decided to open the page, why not let him or her see the full information about the product? It seems to be a common mistake that frequently repeats on poorly designed websites. The two most popular websites of the same ...


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it depends on how many commands you need to support. Chorded key combinations typically involve only a small number of modifier keys and therefore are more limited, whereas sequential key combinations can be arbitrarily long and thus are more scalable. Unless your application needs to support a large number of commands, I would use chorded combinations ...


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