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User Interface Guideline #3 is a requirement that states: When a dialog opens, set the initial focus to one of the controls in the container For this test, open one your dialogs and demonstrate that the initial focus is set to one of the widgets in the dialog
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User Interface Guideline #4 is a best practice that states:
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Slush Bucket widget (or Twin Box) should flow from left to right with the source objects on the left hand side It should have the >, <, >>, << control buttons in this order Figure 11-12 is an example of a Slush Bucket widget
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Figure 11-12 Slush bucket widget
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If your plug-in happens to use a slush bucket , show that it flows from left to right with the selectable objects on the left and the results of the selection on the right
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User Interface Guideline #5 is a best practice that states:
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Use a wizard for tasks consisting of many steps, which must be completed in a specific order For this test, show that your wizard is used to complete a multi-step task
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User Interface Guideline #6 is a requirement that states: Each wizard must contain a header with a banner graphic and a text area for user feedback It must also contain Back, Next, Finish, and Cancel buttons in the footer A one-page wizard need not have the back and next buttons Show that your wizards conform to the standard wizard look and feel Make sure that it contains the proper buttons in the correct order as well as an appropriate banner graphic
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User Interface Guideline #7 is a requirement that states:
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Seed the fields within a wizard using the current workbench state The initial state of a wizard should be derived from the context where it is opened For instance, in the New File wizard, the current workbench selection is examined If it points to a valid project or folder, the wizard will prepopulate the parent field with the parent project or folder name, and put the cursor focus in the next field requiring user input If the user's selection does not point to a valid parent project or folder, the wizard will not prepopulate the folder name Instead, it will leave the field blank and put the cursor focus in the field When the user's selection is on a file, a wizard may also go through these calculations using the parent folder or project of the file Show that your wizard s fields are populated whenever possible based upon the workbench state For the Extract Strings wizard presented in this chapter, we would show that the Source File field is populated based on the project selected in the workbench (see Section 1128)
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User Interface Guideline #8 is a requirement that states: Validate the wizard data in tab order Display a prompt when information is absent, and an error when information is invalid If the first required field is empty, an informative prompt should be shown in the text area, directing the user to fill in the field If the first required field is in error, an error message should be shown in the text area If the first required field is valid, check the next field, and so on The text area should not be used to display more than one prompt or error at a time Show that your wizard validates the fields in the data in tab order Show that the wizard prompts the user when any required information is absent and displays an error when any information is incorrect Once the required information is provided or the error corrected, show that the message is removed For the Extract Strings wizard, we would show that the Source File and Destination File fields are validated for correctness (see Section 1128)