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VMware Virtual Infrastructure Client UI: why is the “edit…” on the top right, away from all other actions?

Posted by Jeroen Pluimers on 2010/06/09

For almost all actions inside the VMware Infrastructure Client UI, you don’t need the “edit…” action.

The only place you need this is in the “Configuration” and “Users & Groups” tabs.

So when you want to enter your ESXi license, you might wonder how to do that.

Well: hit the “Edit…” action on the far right.
Indeed: far right, especially when running 1920×1200 or other high resolutions :-)

I wonder who did the UI design for the VMware Infrastructure Client, and what the reasoning for the placement of the “Edit…” action is.

–jeroen

via: VMware Communities: Where do I enter my ESXi license key? ….

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