Environment: Device: Sony Xperia Z2 (Android 6.0.1, Nokia 6 (Android 7.1.1) and Xiaomi Mi Pad 2 (Android 5.1); Build: Nightly 65.0a1 (2018-11-02); Steps to reproduce: 1. Open about:home in landscape mode; 2. Long tap on a site from 'Recommended by Pocket' or 'Highlights'. Expected result: The context menu from Top Sites is visible on the screen. Actual result: The context menu from Top Sites is not entirely visible on the screen. Note: This issue it's occurring on portrait mode too.
I don't see the entire context menu immediately but I was able to swipe up on it and then it appeared in full. I'm not sure the entire thing would fit on my phone screen. Were you not able to get to the full list of items?
Hi Liz, the issue occurs only if you long tap on a link from the bottom part of the screen. Also, I was wrong about the Nokia device. I can't reproduce the issue on this device. It seems that this issue occurs only on tablet devices due to the different implementation of the context menu. There is a video with the issue: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1x675vrHWr0YHxovG9gaLe6kUqH7xC45G
OK. So, from the video it looks like people can scroll up in the menu. But they may never know there are other options to scroll to. So it hurts the discoverability of these context menu items (like pocket) on tablets.
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