• Zarino ZappiaZarino Zappia, 7 years ago

    This is a little weird when used to open UI elements like the dropdown before you've clicked them. But it's a great solution for loading content, just in time, before a user officially takes an action, rather than making them wait around.

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  • Ryan McLaughlinRyan McLaughlin, 7 years ago

    Seems like you could easily hack up the algorithm to enable "drunk mode" on web apps.

    Not that you'd want to do that...

    1 point
  • Nemanja NenadicNemanja Nenadic, 7 years ago

    Imagine a form built with this thingy xD


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  • Abhishek SureshAbhishek Suresh, 7 years ago

    Why I didn't like it? This takes away a fraction of my freedom while using a website. I need to choose what I want to see and I definitely don't like the idea of forcing a dropdown on my face just because I got close to your friggin' button. . A lazier solution may not always be a good solution. ;)

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  • Rolando MurilloRolando Murillo, 7 years ago (edited 7 years ago )

    It's an interesting concept but I don't know how much time it saves. It is also not accurate to the point of being trusted (from what I tested). It certainly doesn't hurt to add it though!

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  • James RosenthalJames Rosenthal, 7 years ago

    This makes my blood boil. (╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻

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