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The UI is very responsive in design, except for one thing...

 

Whenever I click "Apply", please change this to POST a AJAX message and to show something at the top about how far you are in the process...

 

Currently when I click "Apply" the page flashes, because you are using FORMS submission, which causes postbacks.  This makes the UI seem clunky even though it is super fast.

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Guest Netduma Fraser

We put little attention into the settings page because most people wont use it and others will only use it once, but thanks for letting us know.

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We put little attention into the settings page because most people wont use it and others will only use it once, but thanks for letting us know.

this is on all the pages i used...

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Guest Netduma Fraser

this is on all the pages i used...

 

Oh my mistake, we'll check this out, thats for letting us know.

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Guest Netduma_Iain

Hi abc,

 

I'm not sure I follow, I believe Fraser was correct. The features of value to the customer all use ajax. Only the "Settings & Time" don't use AJAX. The reason being the majority of people won't ever use them and people who do will use them once. Furthermore the kinda people who use that probably don't care about GUI. Unless I'm misunderstanding.

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I see what you guys are saying here are the notes:

 

Switching from Host Filtering to Congestion Control causes a solid white flash.  I'm guessing you aren't using templates, or SPA?

 

On the few pages that have "click to update" buttons Device Manager > "View" > When you click "Update Bandwidth" you don't receive a message stating that the AJAX response was successful.  Would be nice on the other pages to know it was successful as well.

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Guest Netduma_Iain

Oh I see what you mean, actual page changes. Interesting I hadn't even thought of that hehe

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Oh I see what you mean, actual page changes. Interesting I hadn't even thought of that hehe

:) unfortunately, I only think of this stuff because my wife is a graphic designer...and i'm a computer engineer, i always fine myself asking "what would riza think about this?".

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I think although it may not affect overall functionality, it may (at least in the mind of the user) hinder the experience if it appears to be bogged down and a clunky experience.

 

Sometimes cosmetic appearance is as important as smooth functionality, in this case, they go both hand in hand I feel because to the guy with no clue, it looks faster/smoother even though functionality wise it already is fast.

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Guest Netduma_Iain

haha! I'll get Fraser to put on the list. But obviously critical updates are coming first 

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Guest Netduma_Iain

I didn't know likes had a limit. What a silly idea 

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