Spec: https://docs.google.com/document/edit?id=1CvpoVd7tLvjM9OtGgwq-KFX-iT2-A8L72rSF7TLrksA&hl=en&authkey=CJaXjugI On search and listing pages, there should be a discreet icon that has a tooltip that explains the performance advisory.
Summary: Add-on performance on search and listing pages → Designs for add-on performance on search and listing pages
First draft w/ 2 variations: http://people.mozilla.com/~chowse/drop/amo/performance/v1/01_listing.png * Tried placing the advisory beside the title and below the description. The latter I find easier to understand without having to interact with the page, but requires more space and it could get confused with the adjacent add-on. * Clicking on the label or more link reveals the pop-up. This could work w/ rollover too, but it makes clicking the 'Learn more...' link more difficult. * I used 2 different warning icons. The first (textured, beveled) we are already using for the experimental add-on pop-up. The latter (flat, single color) is bespoke, but is similar to icons we're using elsewhere. Another alternative is an hourglass icon: http://cdn.iconfinder.net/data/icons/fatcow/32x32_0480/hourglass.png
I like the contributions style. Don't care which icon we use -- you're the best judge of that.
The text below the summary is definitely clearer, we should use it. Is this above or below contributions messages?
(In reply to comment #3) > Is this above or below contributions messages? Below.
I agree with the contributions style, it's easier to understand. I don't have strong feelings on above or below- below is fine.
Final mock-up: http://people.mozilla.com/~chowse/drop/amo/performance/v2/01_listing.png Assets: http://people.mozilla.com/~chowse/drop/amo/performance/v2/icon-warning.png http://people.mozilla.com/~chowse/drop/amo/performance/v2/icon-warning-large.png
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 8 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
Final copy for this should be: This add-on can slow down Firefox. Installing this add-on can slow down Firefox's start-up time by 30%. Firefox can be the current app's name. Using the app's name is more understandable than "browser".
Product: addons.mozilla.org → addons.mozilla.org Graveyard
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