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[UX] Gesture manager: add action - go to latest bookmark #4657
Same old play of ours about gestures :| are we making a gesture or dragging the page?
Same thoughts I had in #4623 (comment) (and next comment) are in play too: in two swipe gestures:
Your choice here would work in the mindset B. (But with north/south, for History vs Skim, I initially went with B, but A feels more natural...).
Am I making sense in my way of thinking about that? (left aside your habits with mouse gestures in browsers :)
Hey, I wasn't saying we should use what I feel natural. I'm not even sure after all this today testing :)
Does that reverse make sense for you? Or not, and that's why you asking for a swap left/right toggle?
And what about my stuff about these 2 mindsets? Any of these make more sense to you?
May be you have that habbit with east and west and browser mouse gestures, and it shows even with single swipes.
For the record, I almost exclusively turn pages using the regular swipes. I don't particularly want to switch anything in that regard.
In any case, without this action there can't be any proper testing. Although I strongly suspect this latest change is quite horribly wrong. :-P
Um, the one we have of course? I'm not really following the question tbh.
I'm just trying to see what's people natural mindset related to swipes and double swipes.
The one we have (to bring the Skim widget) is hold on the footer.
Going to open a new issue/question and ping some people, to gather some naive opinion without all my questions :)