Hi Bernhard, *;
On Sat, Jan 22, 2011 at 1:21 AM, Bernhard Dippold
Christoph Noack schrieb:
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:
On Fri, Jan 14, 2011 at 8:04 AM, klaus-jürgen weghorn ol
Self-explanation: People will have to read the text to understand the
item (and it needs to be translated?). And, the shape doesn't provide
additional clues (direction).
An (additional) arrow would be nice, but I don't know if it really works
without any textual explanation.
Added an arrow, but probably it's too small to be helpful...
What do you think of adding the link (not more prominent than at the moment)
with an additional upward arrow at the right *upper* corner of the text area
- directly below the navbar?
PS: Concerning Fitt's law I don't know if we need to make this button more
visible and larger. As people know where to click when they want to scroll
up (upper arrow besides the website's content area), they will look at this
position to place the mouse.
Well - before they can scroll up, they did scroll down, thus the
cursor is at the bottom area (when using the scrollbar in ther first
So I don't really think you can apply Fitt's law in either case.
You did scroll down, want go up, cursor is already at the lower end of
the scrollbar → bottom-right position would be OK.
You and Christoph follow the other approach "the user wants to scroll
up, thus he points to the upper-area of the scollbar because they're
used to it", in this case the upper area would be better.
I now changed it to be at top-right instead of bottom-right, so you
get a feeling for it.
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