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I feel like you are trying to solve a problem that doesn't really exist. Typically, applications that involve displaying grids of data (such as this) are usually used by people that have some understanding of the data they are viewing. They are not going to be totally clueless as to what they are seeing, and should therefore be able to connect the dots and ...


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If from List A to List B is considered as a direction and something moving in time, then yes. Google's Material, in their Bidirectionality guidelines, talks about how to mirror user interface from LTR languages to RTL languages and other way around. They don't specifically talk about this kind of dual list box (or picklist) but we can infer the answer from ...


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Based on Nash's comment, I think adding the accumulative amount behind every number would assist in helping the user understand the context. If we're adding the accumulative amount then we could omit the second row with "Hours". Use of color for added clarity, user can quickly scan for green (positive), red (negative; although probably wouldn't ...


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This indeed is not good UX. Your solution would somewhat reduce at least one problem (searching in the huge list of attributes to find the one you want to unselect). In addition this could be difficult if used on mobile devices (if that's the case). But the problem starts earlier. To pick 10 attributes out of 70 you would have to remember all the 70 ...


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