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Clarifying things always seems like a good idea, but we need to balance it with information clatter. Look how is it done here at StackExchange or Facebook: Google also solves it this way. Why? Because low of proximity works pretty well. People know what they are editing when they clicking it. However if I was designing for users that aren't good with ...


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If you were to achieve the "left mouse button is down" while not achieving "mouse is above the menu bar" and the left mouse button went down on the menu bar, then you are experiencing a drag. What you have described may be the start of a drag. On Android, if the mouse button is held down long enough and there is no movement then it will register as a ...


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The Navigation Drawer has been described as the "dark basement" of navigation options, providing a place where assorted junk can be thrown so it doesn't get in the way of "normal household duties". The basement in a house is also often the least visited area of a house. Similarly, the overflow menu in Android and last tab on iOS often play the role of "the ...


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