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welcome to StackExchange! (Sorry for the length of this answer. I felt like I needed to make sure you have enough fodder to convince whomever wants you to place buttons in the menu bar, that that is a bad idea, at least on a Mac. ;) ) You mention that this design is for a native desktop application. I'm most familiar design patterns for macOS, so I'll ...


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Those are some very specific items, I'd start with asking IF they should even be grouped together. Then I'd probably ask if you're working on a web application, desktop application or mobile application, each slightly changes what the "norm" is for some of these behaviours. Save & Print could naturally be found under something like File, also could ...


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First of all I would recommend using buttons instead of dropdown as there are few options with instant changing of the image. In this way even if the terms are not familiar to the users they are able to quickly test and select their preffered option. Size Auto Contain Cover Movement Fixed Parallax Now for the terms instead of Size you could go with ...


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Size is a bit tricky as users may not really understand what auto, contain, and cover means. Those are more programmatic terms. What you are really doing when you are setting a background-size is scaling it in a certain way. So maybe a better way to convey the action is to call it "Scale". Parallax is a scrolling effect so it is probably better to call that ...


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