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The key to the button group is to make sure that the group of options contain the same group of items. However, each button should be distinct enough that its group can be easily identified.

If button groups were made up of distinct items, it would be a lot easier to identify which button belonged in which group. It would also be easier to avoid accidental groupings or other mistakes.

It’s true, there are things like group icons and group buttons that are important to the UI. However, these are not the same as group buttons. Group buttons indicate the “group.” The “group” is a concept that can be applied to many different things. For example, we could group buttons for a car, a train, a bus, a truck, a boat, a bus, etc.

If we’re talking about grouping of buttons, this means grouping them by their color, shape, or size. When grouping buttons by shape we can apply the same grouping to buttons in this way: button A might belong to group A, button B belongs to group B, etc.

A button that is placed in a group is called a “group button.” A group button can have different shapes, colors, and sizes. When grouping buttons by shape we can apply the same grouping to buttons in this way button A might belong to group A, button B might belong to group B, etc.

This can be a tricky problem to solve. Sometimes a button is in the same group as a group, and when we’re grouping buttons by color we end up with the same color buttons in the same group. When grouping buttons by shape we can apply the same grouping to buttons in this way button A might belong to group A, button B might belong to group B, etc.

In this case it would be better if it would be a group-of-groups, grouping by shape.

The first time this was pointed out to me, I thought it was a stupid idea. Then I just stopped thinking about it. Now I think we should just add a new group and name it something like “group-of-groups” and group the buttons by shape, color, etc. This will help prevent confusion when adding buttons to a group. It will also make it easier to identify which buttons belong to which groups.

I’m all for adding visual indicators to what option buttons belong in the same group, but this needs to be considered carefully. There is a difference between visual indication (e.g. a red X) and group-of-groups (e.g. B, C, etc.). The former is often used to denote whether a button should be part of a group. The latter allows for a more comprehensive description of a group, e.g.

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