Closed Bug 920523 Opened 8 years ago Closed 8 years ago
Two back button taps required to return visibility of the navigation-toolbar on cancellation of editing
Currently it takes two back button taps, one to dismiss the keyboard and the other to dismiss focus of the URL bar to return visibility of the navigation-toolbar. Thoughts on returning to the state of visibility of the navigation-toolbar on a single back button tap? I might just be cautious thinking about a scenario where people might not realize that to get back to their tabs and content they have to hit back twice.
This is something that we filed a bug for before (bug 902039) and decided the current approach was better than a single-back (see comments). The conclusion was that since about:home doubles as a "tab" and as a "shortcut mode" you can enter into, the double-back behavior makes that clear. However, since this keeps coming up, we should revisit the design choices and consider if there's a different way we could do this. Perhaps an overlay, so it's clear that you're in the state of "about:home shortcut"?
Heh. There is a very similar discussion happening over here: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=917514#c5
I'll mark this one as duplicate of bug 917514 as a wider design discussion is happening there. Feel free to re-open if there's something specific about this bug that is not covered by bug 917514.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Closed: 8 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Duplicate of bug: 917514
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