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Thyra L Rauch, Sarah D Redpath, John L Scanlon, David A Schell: Visually oriented, easily navigable search facility. International Business Machines, A Bruce Clay, Marcia L Doubet, August 7, 2001: US06272489 (32 worldwide citation)

A technique, system, and computer program for providing a visually oriented, easily navigable search facility. Templates containing field names and possible default values are stored for each available task for this user, preferably in a memory cache or disk cache. When the user enters a value or pa ...


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Niraj P Joshi, Mark Edward Molander, John L Scanlon: Methods, systems and computer program products for controlling events associated with user interface elements by capturing user intent based on pointer movements. International Business Machines Corporation, Gerald R Woods Esq, Myers Bigel Sibley & Sajovec P A, June 24, 2003: US06583781 (22 worldwide citation)

Methods, systems and computer program products are provide which control events associated with an element of a user interface by determining a characteristic(s) of pointer movement of a pointing device and adjusting a condition(s) for triggering an event associated with the element based on the det ...


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Mark E Molander, John L Scanlon: Method and system for managing multi—paned windowed environments. International Business Machines Corporation, Cardinal Law Group, Randall J Bluestone, July 18, 2006: US07080326 (17 worldwide citation)

A method is directed to managing data and navigation panes in a windowed environment. The method provides for displaying a plurality of panes within the single window, receiving a user input, displaying at least one pivot point input location in response to the user input, receiving a twist input, a ...


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David B Lection, Mark E Molander, John L Scanlon: Multi-functional application launcher with integrated status. International Business Machines Corporation, Jeanine S Ray Yarletts, Marcia L Doubet, Gregory M Doudnikoff, July 20, 2004: US06765596 (16 worldwide citation)

User interfaces, methods, systems, and computer program products for improving interactions with users of pervasive computing devices such as personal digital assistants, Web-enabled cellular phones, Web appliances, wearable computing devices, so-called “smart” appliances in the home, and so forth. ...


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Mark E Molander, John L Scanlon: Method and system for managing multi - paned windowed environments. International Business Machines Corporation, Frank C Nicholas, Cardinal Law Group, January 15, 2004: US20040008224-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A system and method is directed to managing data and navigation panes in a windowed environment. The method provides for displaying a plurality of panes within the single window, receiving a user input, displaying at least one pivot point input location in response to the user input, receiving a twi ...


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David B Lection, Mark E Molander, John L Scanlon: Multi-functional application launcher with integrated status. Ibm, zhu haibei, May 5, 2004: CN02805621

User interfaces, methods, systems, and computer program products for improving interactions with users of pervasive computing devices such as personal digital assistants, Web-enabled cellular phones, Web appliances, wearable computing devices, so-called 'smart' appliances in the home, and so forth. ...


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David B Lection, Mark E Molander, John L Scanlon: Multi-functional application launcher with integrated status. International Business Machines Corporation, Jeanine S Ray Yarletts, IBM Corporation T81 503, October 3, 2002: US20020140742-A1

User interfaces, methods, systems, and computer program products for improving interactions with users of pervasive computing devices such as personal digital assistants, Web-enabled cellular phones, Web appliances, wearable computing devices, so-called “smart” appliances in the home, and so forth. ...


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