February 23, 2023, 12:17am
I like the new navigation layout, but I found an issue with it.
To reproduce, just hold down:
This is mainly misleading, I thought I would be able to drag it around, but instead, it’s just showing the
cursor while serving no purpose. I think it’s best if it stays at
February 23, 2023, 12:22am
On smaller device widths the menu can actually be grabbed and dragged across to reach hidden items:
Though, perhaps we could make the cursor
default only when the nav can’t scroll.
February 23, 2023, 12:25am
Yeah, I noticed that just trying it.
I noticed a bit of an inconsistency though. The labels are hidden at the top, but not the bottom.
February 23, 2023, 4:48am
I am not sure this is doable in CSS
We check if it’s scrollable on resize so we can add the left/right controls… so I think this should be doable!
This will make it so it’s only grabby when it’s scrollable
06:49PM - 24 Feb 23 UTC
Discussed here: https://meta.discourse.org/t/new-nav-layout-uses-cursor-grab-whe
At the moment we allow `scrollDrag()` even if the nav isn't scrollable... so on click and hold the cursor is swapped to `grabbing` even though there's no effect, which can be a little misleading.
Yeah that’s intentional, the bottom list has more items and I don’t think they’re as easy to figure out without text.
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