Open Bug 1259298 Opened 4 years ago Updated 3 years ago
Improve APZ scroll snap physics
Now that APZ has knowledge of scroll snap points (bug 1219296), we can change scroll snapping physics in ways that weren't possible before. Chris suggested a particular change in bug 1219296 comment 20: (In reply to Chris Lord [:cwiiis] from comment #20) > It's probably follow-up, but I suggest that the behaviour for snap points > should act like magnetism - whereby every snap point has a certain attract > force, and once the momentum of the fling is too low, it won't escape this > force. This will give the sensation to the user of being able to 'feel' each > snap point, as well as be consistent with our overscroll oscillation bounce > effect. It would be a really nice bit of polish that would put us ahead of > other browsers' behaviour here. Filing this bug to track that change.
cc'ing Markus who IIRC had some thoughts on what our scroll snap physics should be like.
> (In reply to Chris Lord [:cwiiis] from comment #20) > > I suggest that the behaviour for snap points > > should act like magnetism - whereby every snap point has a certain attract > > force To be able to represent this, we'll need bug 1282245 fixed first.
Depends on: 1282245
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