← KDE Visual Design Group/HIG/SOU Workspace/Buttons You do not have permission to edit this page, for the following reason: The action you have requested is limited to users in one of the groups: Users, Administrators, trusted, KDEDevelopers. You can view and copy the source of this page. A button initiates an action when the user clicks it. * Label all text buttons with imperative verbs, using [[title capitalization]]. * If an action requires additional input from the user before it can be carried out, use an [[ellipsis]] (for example, Save As...). * Format all buttons in a consistent way in a dialog. Keep all buttons the same height and do not use more than two different widths. * Make invalid buttons insensitive (using visual feedback such as grayed-out text and no hover over affect), rather than popping up an error message when the user clicks them. * Indicate that a button is active with a hover over affect [open office uses a slight background color change, dark line top and bottom – THIS IS UP FOR DEBATE] * If a task offers multiple actions with one button set as default; indicate the default action with a highlighted line around the button. * After pressing a button, the user should expect to see the result of their action within 1 second. * Do not assign actions to double-clicking or right-clicking a button. Users are unlikely to discover these actions, and if they do, it will distort their expectations of other buttons. Templates used on this page: Template:Box1 (view source) Template:Note (view source) Return to KDE Visual Design Group/HIG/SOU Workspace/Buttons. Retrieved from "https://community.kde.org/KDE_Visual_Design_Group/HIG/SOU_Workspace/Buttons"