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GeneralVersion 2.0 Pinmemberjesarg27-Dec-12 12:17 
GeneralRe: Version 2.0 PinmemberChris Meech27-Dec-12 14:44 
GeneralRe: Version 2.0 PinmentorKeith Barrow27-Dec-12 23:15 
QuestionPreferred UI style? PinmvpMika Wendelius27-Dec-12 10:11 
An earlier thread about MDI existence made me wonder, for an application that requires the following characteristics:
- client side application (not run in the browser)
- has several (more than let's say 50) windows or similar
- windows are typically very different from each other in layout and functionality
- requires integration with other locally installed applications on client
- for the user, it's often beneficial to see selected information from another window while working on another
 
Which kind of UI style would you prefer?
QuestionRe: Preferred UI style? PinmemberBig Daddy Farang27-Dec-12 10:40 
AnswerRe: Preferred UI style? PinmvpMika Wendelius27-Dec-12 10:46 
GeneralRe: Preferred UI style? PinmemberBig Daddy Farang27-Dec-12 10:54 
AnswerRe: Preferred UI style? Pinmembercpkilekofp27-Dec-12 11:19 
AnswerRe: Preferred UI style? PinmemberKevin Marois27-Dec-12 12:28 
GeneralRe: Preferred UI style? PinmvpMika Wendelius27-Dec-12 12:58 

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