The initial idea is that you'd have 2 ways of going to next and previous item in your reading list while in the reader (about:reader). 1. Toolbar with next/previous buttons (toolbar would show when user taps on the screen and fade away after a timeout) 2. Swipe right/left
For existing UI mockups, see: https://wiki.mozilla.org/Fennec/NativeUI/UserExperience/ReaderMode
Ian, we can use this bug to track design and implementation work on the "proper" access to reading list from reader mode.
Ian, any thoughts in terms of UI here?
I have some, yes. I plan to have a more comprehensive set of Reader updates towards the end of next week.
Yuan, I know you've been working on some updated reader mode designs. Have you thought about this at all?
I also just commented in bug 871593, since that seems very similar to this bug. If they are indeed separate issues, we should make a design that includes both aspects :)
Summary: Reader Mode: Implement reading list navigation in the reader → Implement reading list navigation at the bottom of reader view articles
(In reply to Anthony Lam (:antlam) from comment #8) > Created attachment 8582535 [details] > prev_endofarticle1.png > > Attaching updated design. Sweet. We should make a trello card for this to get it in the funnel. To implement this, we'll need to pass a message to Java to ask for the next item in the reading list. We already send a message to ask whether or not the item is in the reading list, so maybe we could just piggy-back that next article data into the result for that. We'll have to bit a bit careful, since the about:reader JS/HTML is shared with desktop, but we can easily hide elements that aren't used on desktop (we already do this with some of the platform-specific toolbar buttons).
Duplicate of this bug: 1156349
We're not going to continue investing in the reading list, so we shouldn't fix this.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 3 years ago
Resolution: --- → WONTFIX
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