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posted 2013-12-25 16:29:49 +0300

Combine app close and pulley menu

This way, there wouldn't be two very similar gestures, and it would always be possible to open the pulley menu even where it's not possible in the current design (such as with fullscreen web content in the browser, or with apps that have fullscreen vertical lists). In this design, every app would have a pulley menu and it would always be possible to open it.

Closing the app could be one of the pulley menu entries, or it could be activated by pulling all the way down past all the normal entries.

Combine app close and pulley menu

This way, there wouldn't be two very similar gestures, and it would always be possible to open the pulley menu via swipe-from-top even where it's not possible in the current design (such as with fullscreen web content in the browser, or with apps that have fullscreen vertical lists). In this design, every app would have a pulley menu and it would always be possible to open it.

Closing the app could be one of the pulley menu entries, or it could be activated by pulling pulling/swiping all the way down past all the normal entries.

Combine app close and pulley menu

This way, there wouldn't be two very similar gestures, and it would always be possible to open the pulley menu via swipe-from-top even where it's not possible in the current design (such as with fullscreen web content in the browser, or with apps that have fullscreen vertical lists). design. In this new design, every app would have a pulley menu at least for closing the app. Currently, it's a problem that the pulley can't be accessed all the time in apps such as Maps (fullscreen map), Browser (fullscreen web content), and it would always be possible to open it. with apps that have fullscreen vertical lists (can't access pulley without scrolling all the way up first).

Closing the app could be one of the pulley menu entries, or it could be activated by pulling/swiping all the way down past all the normal entries.

Combine app close and pulley menu

This way, there wouldn't be two very similar gestures, and it would always be possible to open the pulley menu via swipe-from-top even where it's not possible in the current design. In this new design, every app would have a pulley menu at least for closing the app. Currently, it's a problem that the pulley can't be accessed all the time in apps such as Maps (fullscreen map), Browser (fullscreen web content), and with apps that have fullscreen vertical lists (can't access pulley without scrolling all the way up first).

Closing the app could be one of the pulley menu entries, or it could be activated by pulling/swiping all the way down past all the normal entries.

Combine app close and pulley menu

This way, there wouldn't be two very similar gestures, and it would always be possible to open the pulley menu via swipe-from-top even where it's not possible in the current design. In this new design, every app would have a pulley menu at least for closing the app. Currently, it's a problem that the pulley can't be accessed all the time in apps such as Maps (fullscreen map), Browser (fullscreen web content), and with apps that have fullscreen vertical lists (can't access pulley without scrolling all the way up first).

Closing the app could be one of the pulley menu entries, or it could be activated by pulling/swiping all the way down past all the normal entries.

Edit: Lifting this old question up, as it's topical after 1.1.9.28, and would IMO improve the new UI. This question was voted down when introduced (for earlier UI)

Combine app close and pulley menu

This way, there wouldn't be two very similar gestures, and it would always be possible to open the pulley menu via swipe-from-top even where it's not possible in the current design. In this new design, every app would have a pulley menu at least for closing the app. Currently, it's a problem that the pulley can't be accessed all the time in apps such as Maps (fullscreen map), Browser (fullscreen web content), and with apps that have fullscreen vertical lists (can't access pulley without scrolling all the way up first).

Closing the app could be one of the pulley menu entries, or it could be activated by pulling/swiping all the way down past all the normal entries.

Edit: Lifting this old question up, as it's topical after 1.1.9.28, and would IMO improve the new UI. This question was voted down when introduced (for earlier UI)

Combine app close and pulley menu

This way, there wouldn't be two very similar gestures, and it would always be possible to open the pulley menu via swipe-from-top even where it's not possible in the current design. In this new design, every app would have a pulley menu at least for closing the app. Currently, it's a problem that the pulley can't be accessed all the time in apps such as Maps (fullscreen map), Browser (fullscreen web content), and with apps that have fullscreen vertical lists (can't access pulley without scrolling all the way up first).

Closing the app could be one of the pulley menu entries, or it could be activated by pulling/swiping all the way down past all the normal entries.

Edit: Lifting this old question up, as it's topical after 1.1.9.28, and would IMO improve the new UI. This question was voted down (322 views, -1) when it was introduced (for for earlier UI)UI

Combine app close and pulley menu

This way, there wouldn't be two very similar gestures, and it would always be possible to open the pulley menu via swipe-from-top even where it's not possible in the current design. In this new design, every app would have a pulley menu at least for closing the app. Currently, it's a problem that the pulley can't be accessed all the time in apps such as Maps (fullscreen map), Browser (fullscreen web content), and with apps that have fullscreen vertical lists (can't access pulley without scrolling all the way up first).

Closing the app could be one of the pulley menu entries, or it could be activated by pulling/swiping all the way down past all the normal entries.

Edit: Lifting this old question up, as it's topical after 1.1.9.28, and would IMO improve the new UI. This question was voted down (322 views, -1) when it was introduced for earlier UI

Edit2: Only 7 votes after lift up, should this be closed as outdated? (original above is from Dec 2013)