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      16 comments  ·  Generally Available » Manageability - Tools  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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      2 comments  ·  Generally Available » Client - Windows Desktop  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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      Anno Niemus commented  · 

      Either snapping is hard or Skype for Business is driven by a teeny-tiny development team.

      Best behavior? Slap the chat window to the right and watch the window assume a random location when a message from a different user arrives. It's fun! Top notch design; kudos all 'round for that bizarre action.

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      40 comments  ·  Generally Available » Developer Platform  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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      Anno Niemus commented  · 

      Clicking the "Set Your Location" drop-down button displays a list with a single entry: an enabled "Show Others Your Location" SETTING.

      Clicking the "Set Your Location" entry displays an empty text box. While the empty text box is displayed, clicking the "Set Your Location" drop-down button now displays a list with several entries: an enabled "Show Others Your Location," a "My Custom Locations" separator followed by previously established locations (Home, Work) and finally a "Remove All Custom Locations" ACTION.

      This violates Microsoft's own guidelines on drop-down lists:

      Guidelines

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      • Don't use the change of a drop-down list or combo box to:
      - Perform commands.
      - Display other windows, such as a dialog box to gather more input.
      - Dynamically display other controls related to the selected control (screen readers cannot detect such events).

      This is strangely awkward and causes me to wonder how this behavior passed acceptance testing. When I click "Set Your Location," I expect to see only my saved locations.

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