Browser: Firefox on Mac
Screenshots of what you are seeing:
Description of problem:
Step 1: Visit the identify page on the website
Step 2: When you get to the last observation on the page, a dialog appears with 2 or 3 buttons at the bottom. If no actions are taken on any of the observations, it shows two buttons: “Mark All As Reviewed” and “Skip to Next page”. If you take an action on one or more observations, it shows three buttons: “Mark All As Reviewed”, “Skip to next page”, and “View more unreviewed”.
If the site is being slow, and your first action is on one of the last observations on the page, then you use right-arrow to hit the end of the page, it first shows the two-button version, then updates it to the three button version when the action you took completes. And if you are really unlucky (like I was several times today), it changes those buttons under your mouse as you try to click on one, so that you click on a different one instead.
It is bad U/I design to ever move an active button on the screen. If that dialog is showing, do not change the buttons that are on it. And while you are tweaking this, make the capitalization consistent in the text on the buttons.