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I don't think there is a standard way for web applications (compared to desktop applications that have operating system standards), but it might also depend on the type/level of security that is applicable to your application. I imagine that you might not want to be able to dismiss toast notifications (or use them) if certain conditions are not met. You ...


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I think the technique in your Picture A, disabling the button and showing a tooltip when you can place no more, looks fine. It is very similar to how the video game Super Mario Maker 2 handles this same problem. Super Mario Maker 2’s UI for parts with limits Super Mario Maker 2 is a game that lets you build custom levels by adding parts to your level from ...


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See each button as a stack of buttons of the same kind. When you drag an instance from the stack, the next one appears. But when it is the last one there is no next button underneath.


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Try using colour cobinations and cycling through a set of predefined colors. Alternatively try stronger border colours on various parts of the table cells to try a create a link


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"Path-based breadrumb" or "history trail"


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