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By glazou on Friday 5 March 2004, 11:32 - Nvu
Daniel, regarding the drop down list, I am not sure if it's the most usable solution.
For example Microsoft changed their drop down list to a single selection use radio buttons group in their shutdown system 'options'.
I think I've read somewhere that drop down are less user friendly than those radio buttons.
Here are some links I could find related to the matter:
Just a question, do you plan to make a usability study on your software later on?
Is the open in a new tab option really nessessary? Why not just choose a behaviour and stick with it? I know if I chose new I would expect it to either open a new tab unless the first one was blank.
The picture shows two drop downs of different height. Is this an intended behavior?
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