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Topic: Filosovsky question on one element UX

For long-term  the career connected to an applications writing which inherently in most cases, were the interface between the person and data store, I came to one decision - when the durable operation is fulfilled, the user it is necessary: 1. To entertain animation, as indication of that the computer not . 2. To shield from interaction with the interface. And, since any interaction with data store can theoretically become durable it is necessary to consider as potentially durable operation any, happening after button click "". The elementary decision is a modal dialogue with the infinite animation  progress bar. Modal - so it is not necessary to disconnect temporarily all  separately, and then to include reversely. And so using VCL, Windows Forms, WPF, Silverlight, jQuery and AngularJS I anywhere did not meet the ready decision. To implement in GUI it it was easy, but it was necessary to implement, with WEB it is more difficult, but it is solved. And here at last I had a question: there can be this the decision not true? Where I was mistaken in the reasonings? And if was not mistaken - why in libraries there is no ready decision? I wish your judgements.

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Re: Filosovsky question on one element UX

Hello, Barlog M., you wrote: BM>... When the durable operation is fulfilled, the user it is necessary: BM> 1. To entertain animation, as indication of that the computer not . BM> 2. To shield from interaction with the interface.  it is necessary what to shield only from that interface which now cannot be used. And here for example menu Help should be accessible always. Instead of modal dialogue it is possible to make more cheerfully: to launch a patience in