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How can i deal with a dropdown in a small popup that extends past the height of the element?

A good (dropdown) menu expands in the direction where there is space depending on scroll position. This is what the native <select> element does. If the toggle is close to the bottom edge of the ...
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Best way to show accepted item that applies to multiple inputs?

It is a bit hard to determine which variation is better because it really comes down to how much data is likely to be shown to the users. In variation one, I imagine the layout becomes a bit tricky ...
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UX concerns with showing dynamic tips/fun facts/"Did you know...?" section on a loading progress modal

This would expose a few minor UX issues. All could be solved, and even if they aren't I doubt they'd be blockers to actually implementing this. Useful Tips/Info Reading Time: If you're showing ...
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UX concerns with showing dynamic tips/fun facts/"Did you know...?" section on a loading progress modal

Showing tips and fun facts can be good UX - distraction makes loading times seem shorter, users like learning things in a way that doesn't interrupt their tasks, and it can make the loading experience ...
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Shortcut Key for OK Button on Dialog Box with Grid

I am not an accessibility expert but I would have thought that separating the navigation of the dialog box interface elements with the interaction of the control itself would be a good idea. It means ...
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