Starting to get the idea that it's a matter of what it looks like to the
user, rather than what it actually is as far as programmers are concerned.
From a couple of things you've mentioned, it sounds as though object type
is might simply be a category as far as the user is concerned.
Does that fit ?
On 11 October 2017 at 13:48, John Maizels <john@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Nick, I'm going to stick my neck out here and guess.
In context, is your user filling out a set of definitions which then turn
into (say) actions on a generated menu? That's sort of how it reads to me.
If that's correct, then could the thing that will be displayed to the
final user be described as a "value"?
At 12:13 11/10/2017, you wrote:
Hi Aus Techies
Can anyone help me find an alternative to the technical noun “Object” for
non-technical users of an app?
A screen has several labels using ”Type” with different qualifiers.
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