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accepted A noun to describe an intention not to use humor when not necessary
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revised A noun to describe an intention not to use humor when not necessary
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asked A noun to describe an intention not to use humor when not necessary
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revised Etymology of “modal dialogs” in computerese
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accepted Etymology of “modal dialogs” in computerese
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comment Etymology of “modal dialogs” in computerese
Thank. I have encountered this term for the first time back in the end of 1990's when I was programming applications for my Macintosh. Now I see it used to refer to web pages UI where layers have this modal behavior.
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comment “Bury” — noun meaning?
Among other interesting answers, this one corresponds with what I've remembered. Thank you all for your insights!
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