Talk:GUI Style Guidelines

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I still find it curious to define "GUI guidelines" without first some analysis on the market requirements/use cases. For example, see [[Vertical applications]]. --[[User:Jcwang|JohnWang]] 15:43, 3 September 2007 (CEST)
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Is there a reason to generally discourage the use of the 'double click' action?  I think there are some places where it may be appropriate, i.e. double-clicking on a contact could open it to detail or edit mode. -gearjunkie
 
Is there a reason to generally discourage the use of the 'double click' action?  I think there are some places where it may be appropriate, i.e. double-clicking on a contact could open it to detail or edit mode. -gearjunkie
  
 
Shurely, but on the most other mobile devices the "tap and hold" action has proven itself because its easyer to control and has less possibility to get false activated in bouncy environment. - [[User:Tetraden|Tetraden]]
 
Shurely, but on the most other mobile devices the "tap and hold" action has proven itself because its easyer to control and has less possibility to get false activated in bouncy environment. - [[User:Tetraden|Tetraden]]

Latest revision as of 14:43, 3 September 2007

I still find it curious to define "GUI guidelines" without first some analysis on the market requirements/use cases. For example, see Vertical applications. --JohnWang 15:43, 3 September 2007 (CEST)

Is there a reason to generally discourage the use of the 'double click' action? I think there are some places where it may be appropriate, i.e. double-clicking on a contact could open it to detail or edit mode. -gearjunkie

Shurely, but on the most other mobile devices the "tap and hold" action has proven itself because its easyer to control and has less possibility to get false activated in bouncy environment. - Tetraden

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I still find it curious to define "GUI guidelines" without first some analysis on the market requirements/use cases. For example, see Vertical applications. --JohnWang 15:43, 3 September 2007 (CEST)

Is there a reason to generally discourage the use of the 'double click' action? I think there are some places where it may be appropriate, i.e. double-clicking on a contact could open it to detail or edit mode. -gearjunkie

Shurely, but on the most other mobile devices the "tap and hold" action has proven itself because its easyer to control and has less possibility to get false activated in bouncy environment. - Tetraden