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This is just my view, no data to back up yet, but I belive such
interface works when the users is working with a known set. Take
an example of email, local desktop files etc. 

In case of live.com implementation, it makes it more difficult
to comprehend the entire solution set. Pagination provides a
much more concrete status of where they are in the overall
solution set. Scroll is more of approximation (in user mental
model terms). 

I think a Page model will enhance this interaction. So having
two things:

1. Visual Separation between each scroll
2. Adding page numbers

Regards
Alok Jain
http://www.principia.com






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---- On    , Isha Bhatt ([log in to unmask]) wrote:

> Hi there,
> 
> Does anyone have any feedback -- Pros/Cons for indefinite
scrolls on Search 
> results or web pages for consumer sites?
> 
> One site that I have come across is the www.live.com site
where on the image 
> search there is an indefinite scroll.
> http://www.live.com/#q=flower&scope=images&lod=2&page=results
> 
> Looking to see if anyone has implemented this kind of an
interface or is 
> thinking about it and how would it impact the users.
> 
> Thanks,
> Isha Bhatt
> 
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