Re: "Sticky fields?"
In our design documents, we've called them "sticky fields," since the dataIn a world that has had floppy drives and Clippy the Office Assistant, you think that "sticky fields" is too cute?
stays sort of "stuck" inside... but I can't use this term in the Help. It's
Really, there's nothing wrong with the term. I've seen "sticky" used for persistent items in an interface often enough.
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