does this need a close button on the left top corner?
9 months ago
Looks weird on the left... Most modals use a close button on the right.
@Konstantin Sokhan the red button would do that job right?
Nice colors !
close botton is for close panel and not deal with Incoming call.
@ididil Looks neat though.. but still im confused about the functionality... as both the buttons do the same job.
@Ben J I imagine clicking x would simply ignore, while clicking the red button would cancel. Difference is cancelling would notify caller that you clicked cancel, while ignoring looks like you were away from computer and missed call.
@Konstantin Sokhan Clicking the close button would ignore the call? meaning does it still ring after you close the popup?
@Ben J Like clicking ignore on a phone. Ringing stops but the caller thinks its still ringing.
Right side is the better option, for user friendliness. Looks great
Any of you have a Mac?
Looks great @ididi :)
Pity there are so many of these here...
Closing the window dismisses the call, where the caller would see "missed call".
Rejecting the call informs the user is busy and can not talk at this time.
Also, looks super similar @Daryl Ginn's incoming call window (not sure if this was meant to be a rebound): http://dribbble.com/shots/537964-Incoming-call
Lovin' le oppa
Is this a rebound to http://dribbble.com/shots/537964-Incoming-call ?
like it :)
@Jason Perez @blaze when i see the incoming call dialog of Skype, i do this interface of my own. It is similar to @Daryl Ginn 's incoming call window that i saw before.
@ididi Wouldn't a minimize button(with a "-") do just fine instead of the close button?
for other similar screens, see http://dribbble.com/shots/537964-Incoming-call/rebounds
I think green should be on the left and close btn should be on the top right corner.
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