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1. What does the module do?

  • It is used to request confirmation from the user.

2. When should the module be used?

  • When an action has to be confirmed by the user.

3. Rules

  • The referenced page is not left.
  • The dialog has its own header which is always sticky.
  • The dialog has a button bar which is always sticky. The primary action is positioned to the left of the secondary action.
  • Context-describing information may be placed in the header (for example, the train number).
  • The content of the dialog contains a detailed description of the situation and the clear question which the user has to answer.
  • A ‘glass’ is displayed behind the dialog which blocks editing outside of the dialog.

4. Variants and statuses

The module has the following statuses:

  • Default

4.1 Standard

Image of the dialog module

Design specification