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Should a "deleted" row disappear from a table ASAP if it requires some time (8-10 seconds) to delete it?

The answer for this, as mostly in UX, it depends on the context. A Common Use Case This is a very common use case - the user performs an action and it takes time to "complete the transaction"...
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Should a "deleted" row disappear from a table ASAP if it requires some time (8-10 seconds) to delete it?

Fade the row while waiting for confirmation that it has been deleted. This will confirm which row is being deleted, and also explain why any interaction with it is currently not possible.
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Should a "deleted" row disappear from a table ASAP if it requires some time (8-10 seconds) to delete it?

It is better to show some kind of loading after hitting "delete" to inform users that it takes time to perform that action. Depending on the result, you can show a success or fail message. I ...
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Dealing with non-fluid data tables

Well, too many things to explain, I hope I don't go on too long and make everything understandable. Don't worry about blank spaces First of all, don't worry about blank spaces, rather worry about poor ...
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Dealing with non-fluid data tables

If you are looking for something more aesthetically pleasing without such a long table, you could make the lower table match the width of the top table. The easiest way to do this would probably be to ...
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Data table bulk actions which are independent of each other

Treat the actions as contextual, so they show up once items are selected, and in proximity to the column / dataset. Solution 2 is not standard, but it does make obvious what items can be modified by ...
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Data table bulk actions which are independent of each other

The problem with Option 2 is that the actions seem to apply to everything that's checked. If I see four blue checkboxes across two columns and click Install on Selected, I might think I'm applying the ...
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Using a Google Spreadsheet to feed input to a web application

Is the idea of using a Google Spreadsheet for feeding input into a web app reasonable? I think using a Google Sheet as an input is reasonable. However, some people might have legitimate privacy ...
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Can I break consistency in behalf of UX?

Among the graphic design basic elements , in addition to the essential ones, typography, color, shape, texture, weight, etc., there's also space: margins, the distance between paragraphs, internal ...
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What is correct style for displaying dollar figures in a column in a table?

Including the dollar would have the following advantages: Data is very often copied from one application to another, including the dollar in the cell would be very helpful when copying to an email or ...
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