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Leif Simon Goodwin14-Jun-18 5:16
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Leif Simon Goodwin14-Jun-18 21:59
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Gerry Schmitz18-Jun-18 7:04
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You still haven't provided any sense of the logic or purpose for the "UI".

All data has some sort of "structure" that drives the design.

Nothing you've described justifies your reasoning about the "technical" details.
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