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Posted on by Guy Saban.

I notice that you moved away from the vertical listing of "lists".

Example: the "Toolbar with additional content types" has all the content type names laid out horizontally. In general, I and a number of people I have consulted with find lists easier/quicker to read down (vertically) not horizontally. In general a horizontal list requires more work from the eye to read, scanning back and forth (from it start position).

Have you tested a vertical listing of say the content types?

Were there other considerations for going with a horizontal (multi-level) listing?

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