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Hi Christoph, *,

On Fri, Jan 21, 2011 at 7:20 PM, Christoph Noack <> wrote:
Am Freitag, den 21.01.2011, 17:36 +0100 schrieb Bernhard Dippold:
klaus-jürgen weghorn ol schrieb:
Am 20.01.2011 01:38, schrieb Christian Lohmaier:

I added it to the pumbaa site as a demo - what do you think? (scroll down a little, the
link will appear)
If your monitor is too big and display the whole page at once, try -
that one is longer .-))

As there were no negative comments would you put this on the live-site?
So we can avoid "on the top" inside the texts.


+/-1 :-)
Position: If you put it at the lower right, the mouse travel distance
will be maximized. Since we miss the advantages of Fitts's Law (lower
right browser window doesn't equal lower right screen), the very next
thing after "go top" is to use the website menu at the top. [...]

Yes, very likely the user will use another link from the navigation
menu at the top/at the left.

So my proposal (if technically feasible): How about an element that
shows an arrow (up), which is located approx. 50 ... 100px next to the
LibO header (right of the header), at the top of the page.

Well - nice idea, but it has one huge drawback: when you need to
scroll up, it is because you actually did scroll down in the past,
thus the header (and hence the proposed location for the button) is
moved out of sight as one of the first elements :-)

So this won't help.

And not to forget: The other things - how it appears, and when it
appears are just great!

Credit for that goes to limesurvey site and jquery :-)

What do you think?

Well, not doable (unless I misunderstood and you're suggesting to make
the complete header a fixed element on screen, something which I'd
But of course it could be placed at the top-right as well, or in the
middle of the screen, there I don't have a preference


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