richmondmathewson at gmail.com
Thu Jun 6 13:39:23 EDT 2019
Here's a silly thought that may help a bit . . .
On 6.06.19 16:47, Glen Bojsza via use-livecode wrote:
> I was looking for input on the following design questions...I haven't done
> anything for years so I am looking for other developers' experiences.
> 1. what would be considered the smallest stack size for a desktop app?
> 2. Does the above fill most of the screens in use today ...ie what is the
> noraml or considered the standard screen resolution for a desktop laptop?
> 3. Are apps considered acceptable if the user needs to scroll down to see
> the full app.
> 4. Are menu bars (ie File Open) still necessary or are users familiar
> enough with section buttons?
> 5. If the stack is too large for a user (say they use a lower resoultion
> screen notebook then is there a way to detect this and have scroll bars
> I appreciate any insights the list may have.
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