Commit 1beaa3ce authored by Petre Tudor's avatar Petre Tudor
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fix: broken links

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......@@ -33,7 +33,7 @@ Use two radio buttons to remove the need to guess.
{{< /compare >}}
- For more than five options, use either a
[list view](../list) or the [dual-list pattern](/hig/patterns/content/duallist)
[list view](../list) or the [dual-list pattern](/hig/patterns-content/duallist)
in case of multiple selections.
- Don't use the selection to perform commands.
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......@@ -44,12 +44,12 @@ make sure to test keyboard navigation with the grid.
#### On-Demand Actions
Grid items can use the
[on-demand pattern](/hig/patterns/command/ondemand) for inline actions.
[on-demand pattern](/hig/patterns-command/ondemand) for inline actions.
#### Picker
Grids can be used for the
[picker pattern](/hig/patterns/content/picker). Place a button
[picker pattern](/hig/patterns-content/picker). Place a button
below the grid to add items to the grid. To
remove items from the grid, either add a remove action on the item, or
give the user the possibility to select items and add a global remove
......@@ -69,7 +69,7 @@ re-ordering via drag-and-drop.
- Use [sentence style capitalization](/hig/style/writing/capitalization)
for grid view items.
- Add a
[placeholder message](/hig/patterns/patterns-content/placeholdermessage)
[placeholder message](/hig/patterns-content/placeholdermessage)
when the grid view has no items in it.
#### Cards
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......@@ -51,7 +51,7 @@ navigation with the list.
#### On-Demand Actions
List items can uses an
[on-demand pattern](/hig/patterns/command/ondemand)
[on-demand pattern](/hig/patterns-command/ondemand)
as an alternative to always-visible controls. If the user
often performs tasks on single items of a list, you can add on-demand
controls to the list item for these.
......@@ -98,8 +98,8 @@ toggle selection state.
- Don't provide extended multiple selections with Shift+Click or
Ctrl+Click to select groups of contiguous or non-adjacent values,
respectively. Instead, use the [dual-list pattern](/hig/patterns/content/duallist)
or the [picker pattern](/hig/patterns/content/picker) if multiple
respectively. Instead, use the [dual-list pattern](/hig/patterns-content/duallist)
or the [picker pattern](/hig/patterns-content/picker) if multiple
items have to be selected, because it allows
users to easily see which items are selected at any point, without
having to scroll through the available options, and it can be used
......@@ -108,7 +108,7 @@ toggle selection state.
#### Picker
Lists can be used for the
[picker pattern](/hig/patterns/content/picker).
[picker pattern](/hig/patterns-content/picker).
Place a button below the list to add items to the list. To
remove items from the list, either add an remove action on the item, or
give the user the possibility to select items and add a global remove
......@@ -122,7 +122,7 @@ changed by the user.
##### Desktop
If you use a
[dual-list pattern](/hig/patterns/content/duallist) and want to be
[dual-list pattern](/hig/patterns-content/duallist) and want to be
able to re-order the items in the selected list you can add additional
up and down buttons.
......@@ -149,7 +149,7 @@ up and down buttons.
for list view items.
- You can use alternate row colors (use theme settings).
- Add a
[placeholder message](/hig/patterns/patterns-content/placeholdermessage)
[placeholder message](/hig/patterns-content/placeholdermessage)
when the list has no items in it.
For section headers use
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......@@ -67,5 +67,5 @@ Guidelines
[Alignment](../layout/alignment)).
- Create a buddy relation so access keys are assigned.
- Add a
[placeholder message](/hig/patterns/patterns-content/placeholdermessage)
[placeholder message](/hig/patterns-content/placeholdermessage)
when the table has no items in it.
......@@ -93,5 +93,5 @@ Guidelines
- Use [sentence style capitalization](/hig/style/writing/capitalization)
for tree view items.
- Add a
[placeholder message](/hig/patterns/patterns-content/placeholdermessage)
[placeholder message](/hig/patterns-content/placeholdermessage)
when the list has no items in it.
......@@ -48,7 +48,7 @@ How to Use
### Desktop-Specific
If your application is using [column-based navigation](/hig/patterns/navigation/column):
If your application is using [column-based navigation](/hig/patterns-navigation/column):
- If there is a global Primary Action, associate it with the first
column
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......@@ -23,7 +23,7 @@ Guidelines
### Is this the right control?
- A menu bar is mandatory for applications that have a
[very complex command structure](/hig/patterns/command/), such
[very complex command structure](/hig/patterns-command/), such
as those used for content creation or editing, file manipulation,
or other productivity work.
- Menu bars are optional for simple apps that are able to expose all
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......@@ -77,7 +77,7 @@ Appearance
----------
- Don't change the button style from the default, which is
[text beside icons](/hig/patterns/content/iconandtext).
[text beside icons](/hig/patterns-content/iconandtext).
- Use and design toolbar icons with special care. Users remember
location of an object but rely as well on icon properties.
- A distinct association between the underlying function and its
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......@@ -10,8 +10,8 @@ grouped together. The collection of commands and command groups make up
the command structure of the application.
Command patterns can be combined with
[navigation patterns](/patterns/navigation/) and
[content patterns](/patterns/content/) to design the complete layout
[navigation patterns](/hig/patterns-navigation/) and
[content patterns](/hig/patterns-content/) to design the complete layout
for your application.
Guidelines
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......@@ -22,7 +22,7 @@ actions
- Commands are also exposed using context menus, a context panel or by
the direct manipulation of content.
See [toolbar](/components/navigation/toolbar) for more details.
See [toolbar](/hig/components/navigation/toolbar) for more details.
### Examples
......@@ -35,7 +35,7 @@ Mobile
![Toolbar](/hig/Actionbutton2.png)
On mobile, a toolbar is displayed as a group of
[primary action buttons](/components/navigation/actionbutton).
[primary action buttons](/hig/components/navigation/actionbutton).
- If there are controls that need to be accessed often within the
application\'s primary tasks but the content needs as much space to
......@@ -45,5 +45,5 @@ On mobile, a toolbar is displayed as a group of
and there cannot be more then three buttons.
- If more than three actions are required, put the remaining ones in
the
[global drawer](/components/navigation/globaldrawer) or
[context drawer](/components/navigation/contextdrawer).
[global drawer](/hig/components/navigation/globaldrawer) or
[context drawer](/hig/components/navigation/contextdrawer).
......@@ -6,14 +6,14 @@ weight: 1
![Dual-list pattern](/hig/DualListOrdering.png)
Multiple selection in
[lists](/components/editing/list) with
[lists](/hig/components/editing/list) with
more than a few items might become difficult because selected as well as
available items are not visible at once. As an alternative approach, the
*dual-list pattern* (also known as list builder, or paired lists) was
introduced. It consists of two standard
[list](/components/editing/list) boxes
[list](/hig/components/editing/list) boxes
with the option to move items from one
[list](/components/editing/list) to the
[list](/hig/components/editing/list) to the
other and back. Dual-lists are useful for extended multiple selection in
general, especially for huge sets of items or in case of elaborate
selections. The trade-off is the rather large amount of space that is
......@@ -23,7 +23,7 @@ When to Use
-----------
- Use a dual-list pattern for multiple selection and in case of
[large lists](/components/editing/list).
[large lists](/hig/components/editing/list).
- In case of limited screen real estate, consider changing the
workflow into repeated selections of smaller lists or by applying a
hierarchy to the data.
......@@ -70,5 +70,5 @@ Implementation
Each time the user opens this dialog, set its dimensions to those
that the user last resized it to.
- Create a buddy relation so access keys are assigned.
- Use [sentence style capitalization](/style/writing/capitalization)
- Use [sentence style capitalization](/hig/style/writing/capitalization)
for list view items.
......@@ -12,7 +12,7 @@ When to Use
- Use a Form layout when there are many related controls and input
fields.
- Form layouts are often used for
[settings](/platform/settings>).
[settings](/hig/platform/settings).
How to Use
----------
......@@ -48,8 +48,8 @@ important things to take into account for
QFormLayout handles all of this for you automatically.
- Align the form in the top center of the window or view in which it
is located, but below the title.
- See the pages on [radio buttons](/components/editing/radiobutton)
and [checkboxes](/components/editing/checkbox) for detailed
- See the pages on [radio buttons](/hig/components/editing/radiobutton)
and [checkboxes](/hig/components/editing/checkbox) for detailed
information regarding how to align these tricky controls in a Form
layout.
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......@@ -17,7 +17,7 @@ How to Use
![Alignment of text and icons.](/hig/HIGPatternIconsAndText.png)
{{< alert color="warning" title="Attention" >}}
Make sure to read about how [units and measurements](/layout/units)
Make sure to read about how [units and measurements](/hig/layout/units)
are used for design and development.
{{< /alert >}}
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......@@ -31,7 +31,7 @@ How to Use
![Using an overlay to pick additional items.](/hig/PickerOverlay.png)
- Use a [grid](/components/editing/grid) or a [list](/components/editing/list)
- Use a [grid](/hig/components/editing/grid) or a [list](/hig/components/editing/list)
to display the selected elements.
- Open a list of additional items to choose in an overlay sheet or a
dialog.
......@@ -50,5 +50,5 @@ How to Use
- If the lists or grids appear in a dialog, consider making the window
and the lists or grids within it resizeable so that the user can
choose how many list items are visible at a time without scrolling.
- Use [sentence style capitalization](/style/writing/capitalization)
- Use [sentence style capitalization](/hig/style/writing/capitalization)
for items.
......@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@ weight: 7
---
Navigation Patterns depend on the structure of the application content.
Navigation patterns can be combined with [command patterns](/patterns-command/)
Navigation patterns can be combined with [command patterns](/hig/patterns-command/)
and content patterns to design the complete layout for your application.
Patterns for Desktop User Interfaces
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......@@ -51,7 +51,7 @@ How to Use It
- When on the lowest level, showing the content of an individual list
item, use a swipe beyond the top/bottom of the content to jump to
the previous/next item in the list.
- For the command structure, see the [command patterns](/patterns/command/).
- For the command structure, see the [command patterns](/hig/patterns-command/).
Implementation
--------------
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......@@ -19,7 +19,7 @@ graphically (as images with or without text), such as a gallery of
pictures or video thumbnails, or the content of a store.
For elements that are better represented by text, use a
[list](/components/editing/list).
[list](/hig/components/editing/list).
How to Use
----------
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......@@ -34,7 +34,7 @@ How to Use It
- Make the whole area of each list item clickable to select the item
(unless there is a "Slide to reveal" handle, see next bullet)
- If you want actions to be available directly on a list item, use the
[slide to reveal pattern](/patterns-command/ondemand).
[slide to reveal pattern](/hig/patterns-command/ondemand).
Implementation
--------------
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......@@ -25,4 +25,4 @@ Pattern for a flat content structure.
single-page web browser.
- Display properties of the currently shown object which are essential
for the application's main task below the object, show additional
properties on demand in the [context drawer](/components/navigation/contextdrawer).
properties on demand in the [context drawer](/hig/components/navigation/contextdrawer).
......@@ -13,4 +13,4 @@ Pattern for a 2-deep structure.
into several groups
- Viewing multiple documents (e.g. websites in a browser) in the
same application instance
- See the [tab](/components/navigation/tab) for details.
- See the [tab](/hig/components/navigation/tab) for details.
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