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awarded Curious
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comment Put dividers between share, edit, reopen, delete, and flag
Better.........But pipes are better
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comment Put dividers between share, edit, reopen, delete, and flag
I cannot understand why you'd get rid of something like that and it then can cause ambiguity. Please rethink this decision design team.
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comment Put dividers between share, edit, reopen, delete, and flag
I'm not talking about experience / silly reputation threshold...we are talking about a UX change. Better to be clear than to have any ambiguity, to each his own...you shouldn't rely on a rep threshold. You should design based on what a person initially sees...if I opened a page like this: share deleted (2) flag (3) reopen how sure are you that the numbers point to the right action? Are you going to base it on some sort of rep or usage of the tool or on how someone is telling you flat out they cannot tell?
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asked Put dividers between share, edit, reopen, delete, and flag
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comment Populate label based on combobox vb.net
When you post code use the code tag, when you post a script like simple css/js script you can use the script snippet.
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comment Populate label based on combobox vb.net
Why are you posting the same answer twice, and using code snippets doesn't work with server side coding.
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comment Populate label based on combobox vb.net
Why are you pasting VB.net as a snippet? The snippets are specifically for client side code not server side.
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comment Different styling for different tooltips on a single page?
This is definitely spot on, at google there are so many products with so many teams trying to integrate all these applications is tough. For instance, the google products page has a set of css rules that most of the other google sites have to use / abide by. But when you get to the nitty gritty of things such as tool tips these may differ.
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reviewed Close git remove tags permanently affecting all that pull from the same repository
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reviewed Leave Open Is there any way to stop a Windows Application other than Task Manager
Feb
27
comment What do I do when I feel a person has been rude over multiple questions?
@Bono - I think you need to stop being a drama queen, the guy you marked as being rude is not rude...and I'm not the only one saying it. Several others have the same opinion...so you going out and marking him out is just as bad. To top it off you want to continue the discussion even when people have mentioned the threshold is different to everyone. You can continue to disagree, but the great thing about this system is that it allows me to cast my vote for/against the topic at hand.
Feb
27
comment What do I do when I feel a person has been rude over multiple questions?
This post sounds like a bunch of sour grape complaining, I'm voting to close it as everyone has their own threshold of what may be rude vs what isn't rude. It's really opinion based. I find the person being questioned a smart, intelligent guy who knows a lot more on the said topic than the OP of this question does (no hard feelings). That being said it may sound like he is harsh when in reality he isn't.
Feb
27
comment Tracing on a touch screen: achieving fat finger friendliness
Awesome answer +1.
Feb
26
accepted Adding a project on careers, strange link
Feb
26
comment What do I do when I feel a person has been rude over multiple questions?
FCo I just read your activities tab, can you point out where he is rude to you? I saw "please indent your code", to me that isn't rude.
Feb
26
comment What do I do when I feel a person has been rude over multiple questions?
@Bono - What you posted is far from rude. Asking if someone understands or knows OOP is not rude. He's a serious guy, and he shows it in his posts. You guys might want to understand that some people are just serious about their work and they know a lot about it.
Feb
26
comment What do I do when I feel a person has been rude over multiple questions?
@Chris Hayes - I still don't see it as rude
Feb
26
comment What do I do when I feel a person has been rude over multiple questions?
I read most of this guys' posts - he is far from mean and he has a great understanding of the mvc architecture...actually many of you could learn from this guy. He's probably sick and tired of answering the same ridiculous questions that many OPs could just google. Cut him some slack.
Feb
26
comment Christmas lights haunting me
Well I spoke too soon, and forgot to post this. On christmas eve, yes christmas eve, all the lights went out again. As soon as I unplugged one strip it would work but plugging in another tripped it up again! I dont know why from about december 7th till christmas eve it worked fine...but by christmas eve I ran into the same problem. Im going to install a few new electrical outlets this summer.
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