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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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Designing a table with a lot of numbers, how do I make it look clean?

A big problem with the current layout is that you're using color and only color to convey information, which isn't accessible to people with colorblindness. I would recommend you take a step back and ...
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Tree table, filters and open/closed state

Rather than trying to come up with all the possible combinations of user actions and the desired outcomes, perhaps try to think of what would be the most frequently used or the simplest scenario first....
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Alternative to side scrolling table for an infinite list of X-Axis checkbox items

I guess it isn't so much that you want to avoid side-scrolling, but more so that you want to avoid horizontal and vertical scrolling at the same time, which to my knowledge there hasn't been an ...
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Scheduled vs actual dates & times on a table

If you put the status field right after the ID (or before the date and time field), it will provide the right context for the date and time values. By putting it right at the end, the user will scan ...
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strike-through a good indicator for removed values in a list

A red background can also mean "incomplete", "in danger", "disabled but still there", "not connected/available" etc. Strike-through is usually associated with &...
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How to display Serial Number for items in Table with Expanded Rows?

In my experience, serial numbers don't really need to reflect any type of hierarchy, and it is unusual to have single digit serial numbers because they can be easily confused with indices for items in ...
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Showing search results than can be parameter names (like "size") or values (like "big")

This feels almost like an additional search parameter (and results), which seems only necessary when you have a lot of parameters, some of which are not clearly defined or known to the users. ...
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