estoy en un tutorial de android studio con java y tengo problemas con el layout en el modelo de relative layout
I need some help to update a filed in page layout. I don’t have much information but I ma trying my best to explain the issue. In our page-layout we have a hidden filed for the owner to choose to help for search content query. And now my manager asked me to update this filed and I am not to sure where is the data for this field are coming from. So my question is how can I update this field and add more options.
I’m trying to install Ubuntu 19.04 on a Dell Optiplex 790. I’m getting the issue where the installer hangs with an infinite spinning mouse pointer wheel when I click on “Continue” upon selecting the keyboard layout. Here are some things to note:
- It matters not weather I select “Try Ubuntu” or “Install Ubuntu”
- same thing when booting from a USB drive, an HDD connected to SATA or a DVD
- The USB drives where prepared with DD
- The DVD’s(2 of them) where burned with Windows 10 and K3B on Kubuntu
- I tried to set the “nomodeset” parameter as explained on other posts but it did not work for me, unless I didn’t do it properly.
- Since Ubuntu was giving me this issue, I tried to install PopOS and I got the same problem :-S
- Unfortunately, I don’t have access to another computer to test.
This is my setup:
CPU: Intel i5-2400 (4) @ 3.400GHz GPU: AMD ATI Radeon RX 580 Memory: 11961MiB Storage: KingDian 120GB SSD
This is the first time in probably 10 years that I’m having issues installing Ubuntu. Any clues would be greatly appreciated. Let me know if you have any additional questions as well.
I have written a wrapper for native Sharepoint online News webparts which combines them into a tabbed layout. A result of this is that a number of the webparts are hidden most of the time. If the window is made smaller, the webparts rescale to fit the new dimensions but if the window is made larger again the hidden ones don’t rescale again.
Below is an image of the news webpart, properly scaled
And below is a picture of the problem occuring after a resize.
My initial thought was to fix this using css, but it doesn’t render all the content when it shows the compact layout.
Is there a way to force the webpart to resize? It doesn’t appear to respond to resizing of its parents and resizing the window is not allowed in most browsers.
- I am trying to build a live cryptocurrency news feed and this is a new domain + I am new to UX
- I researched a bit and seem to find a few patterns on how these can be built.
- Which layout would serve the purpose optimally?
- I researched a few guys to see what layouts are there and this is what I found
- Has a 2 pane layout with list details view
- On the mobile, either the list or details are shown
- So many buttons on top? Are those buttons really needed?
- Monospaced font for news?
- Like Dislike …buttons at the top seem to be sticky if you scroll the news on mobile? Is this required
- Same 2 pane layout
- Font seems far better
- Right pane seems smaller than left one? What do you think should be the size? Should the user be able to change it?
- Adds images to the news making things more interesting I guess
- Has a READ FULL button at the bottom to take you the news site whereas Cryptopanic has KEPT the title clickable? What to do here?
- Instead of a 2 pane layout, uses an expandable list
- No option to like dislike stuff, other 2 had them
- Very different from the rest, shows a screen on right pane
- Detail news opens in a chat popup sort of window
- Has a question at the bottom of each news article saying what do you think with again way too many buttons
So based on these, here are my questions
- 2 pane layout or expandable list
- How big should each pane be? 50 50%, 75 25% customizable?
- Should the links in the list on the left be clickable or should they merely show names? Cryptopanic has them clickable but rest merely show names
- Are all those buttons needed? can it be cut down to Likes Dislikes Bullish and Bearish? Instead of adding a button for FUD or Shilling would a person not click Dislike?
- Should the link the right detail be clickable (Cryptopanic) or should there be a button at the bottom saying Read Full (CoinSpectator)
- Should the left section show anything about likes dislikes or does it only have time, title, website name and tags?
- Should the tags on left be clickable?
Any suggestions are super appreciated
I’ve been asked to design a component that lists objects on a page. The component needs to be able to display between 3 and 6 numbers of objects in the list. Here’s what I have for 6 objects in a list:
The problem I’m having is that the client has come back to me and asked for how this component would display any number of between 3 an 16 objects and how it behaves on mobile. I thought simply adding more units of repeating things would be enough but the client wants ‘variability’
For example, here’s a design for 14 things:
This seems like a UI design issue and not strictly UX. But is there any obvious guidelines I can cite for displaying different numbers of things in a list, visually, and what considerations I have to bear in mind for mobile?
The portal must provide an Announcement Banner module.
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So I just install 19.10 slightly ahead of time and keyboard shortcuts from
gnome-tweaks (namely Right ctrl+Right shift EDIT: apparently most of them don’t work, I’ve clicked through most of them without any effect) to change keyboard layout doesn’t appear to be working. Is there anything I can do about it?
I have an application layout with no side navigation. It just has a horizontal navigation with 5 tabs (some are greyed out). Each tab is really it’s own module.
I have a todos module where a user can create lists and each list has todos.
Now I’m thinking about when a user is done with all the todos in a list, they should be able to archive that list to get it out of the way.
How could the user get to the archived list? Below is where I am now
I see these purple spaces available
The left and right are decent spaces to use, but then I need to move them somewhere else on mobile (not enough room horizontally).
The top space above the todo lists isn’t bad, and will collapse down easier on mobile.
I know at the end of the day, user testing will give me the most definitive answer, at this point I’m just trying to make my “first guess” an educated one.
Any thoughts/examples on this situation?