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Your immediate description reminds me of a card sort visualization.  There
was a card sorting app released by a group in New Zealand.  Unfortunately I
don't remember the name of it.  It does what you describe quite well.  I'm
sorry I don't have more details, but the last time I looked at it was a
couple of years ago.

Bryan

On Tue, Sep 23, 2008 at 9:53 AM, Polka, Ron <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Hi all,
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> I'm working on a design concept where there is a panel, or essentially a
> table, with a list of icons that represent elements. The user can then
> choose to select some of these elements to place them in a logic
> grouping while leaving the other elements individual. The issue is how
> to best visually present this grouping to the user without breaking the
> flow of each element being individual (and thus individually
> selectable/viewable). Hopefully that makes some sense :-)
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> Does anyone know of any examples that may do something similar?
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> Thanks in advance!
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> Ron Polka
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Jewelery Television

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