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### [Simple feature suggestion] Make the lockscreen screens a carousel, just as the homescreen / eventsview

Dear Jolla team,

please make the two lockscreen screens (the actual lockscreen and the lockpad, when activated) a carousel, e.g. by just changing the UI behaviour. As this would be simply an extension of the existing behaviour, not possibly interfering with accustomed use patterns, no negative impact is to be expected.

This tiny change would make the UI behaviour of the lockscreen & lockpad consistent with the homescreen & eventsview, when Settings--> Gestures --> Quick events access is activated. You may (alternatively to above suggestion) introduce an option like that for the Lockscreen, too.

### [Simple feature suggestion] Make the lockscreen screens a carousel, just as the homescreen / eventsview

Dear Jolla team,

please make the two lockscreen Lockscreen screens (the actual lockscreen Lockscreen and the lockpad, Lockpad, when activated) a carousel, e.g. by just changing the UI behaviour. As this would be simply an extension of the existing behaviour, not possibly interfering with accustomed use patterns, no negative impact is to be expected.

This tiny change would make the UI behaviour of the lockscreen Lockscreen & lockpad Lockpad consistent with the homescreen Homescreen & eventsview, Eventsview, when Settings--> Gestures --> Quick events access is activated. You may (alternatively to above suggestion) introduce an option like that for the Lockscreen, too.

### [Simple feature suggestion] Make the lockscreen screens a carousel, just as the homescreen / eventsview

Dear Jolla team,

please make the two Lockscreen screens (the actual Lockscreen and the Lockpad, when activated) a carousel, e.g. by just changing the UI behaviour. As this would be simply an extension of the existing behaviour, not possibly interfering with accustomed use patterns, no negative impact is to be expected.

This tiny change would make the UI behaviour of the Lockscreen & Lockpad consistent with the Homescreen & Eventsview, when Settings--> Gestures --> Quick events access is activated. You may (alternatively to above suggestion) introduce an option like that for the Lockscreen, too.

### [Simple feature suggestion] Make the lockscreen screens a carousel, just as homescreen / eventsview

Dear Jolla team,

please make the two Lockscreen screens (the actual Lockscreen and the Lockpad, when activated) fully a carousel, e.g. by just changing the UI behaviour. Currently (under SailfishOS 2.1.1.26) one can swipe from the Lockscreen to the Lockpad in either direction (left or right), but the only way back from the Lockpad to the Lockscreen is by swiping in the opposite direction used for swiping to the Lockpad. As this would be simply an extension of the existing behaviour, not possibly interfering with accustomed use patterns, no negative impact is to be expected.

This tiny change would make the UI behaviour of the Lockscreen & Lockpad consistent with the Homescreen & Eventsview, when Settings--> Gestures --> Quick events access is activated. You may (alternatively to above suggestion) introduce an option like that for the Lockscreen, too.

### [Simple feature suggestion] Make the lockscreen screens a carousel, just as homescreen / eventsview

Dear Jolla team,

please make the two Lockscreen screens (the actual Lockscreen and the Lockpad, when activated) fully a carousel, e.g. by just changing the UI behaviour. Currently (under SailfishOS 2.1.1.26) one can swipe from the Lockscreen to the Lockpad in either direction (left or right), but the only way back from the Lockpad to the Lockscreen is by swiping in the opposite direction used for swiping to the Lockpad. As this would be simply an extension of the existing behaviour, not possibly interfering with accustomed use patterns, no negative impact is to be expected.

This tiny change would make the UI behaviour of the Lockscreen & Lockpad consistent with the Homescreen & Eventsview, when Settings--> Gestures --> Quick events access is activated. You may (alternatively to above suggestion) introduce an option like that for the Lockscreen, too.

Best regards & happy sailing

### [Simple feature suggestion] suggestion / usability bug] Make the lockscreen screens a carousel, just as homescreen / eventsviewfull carousel

Dear Jolla team,

please make the two Lockscreen screens (the actual Lockscreen and the Lockpad, when activated) fully a carousel, e.g. by just changing the UI behaviour. Currently (under SailfishOS 2.1.1.26) one can swipe from the Lockscreen to the Lockpad in either direction (left or right), but the only way back from the Lockpad to the Lockscreen is by swiping in the opposite direction used for swiping to the Lockpad. As this would be simply an extension of the existing behaviour, not possibly interfering with accustomed use patterns, no negative impact is to be expected.

This tiny change would make the UI behaviour of the Lockscreen & Lockpad consistent with the Homescreen & Eventsview, when Settings--> Gestures --> Quick events access is activated. You may (alternatively to above suggestion) introduce an option like that for the Lockscreen, too.

Best regards & happy sailing

### [Simple feature suggestion / usability bug] Make the lockscreen screens Lockscreen & Lockpad a full carousel

Dear Jolla team,

please make the two Lockscreen screens (the actual Lockscreen and the Lockpad, when activated) fully a carousel, e.g. by just changing the UI behaviour. Currently (under SailfishOS 2.1.1.26) one can swipe from the Lockscreen to the Lockpad in either direction (left or right), but the only way back from the Lockpad to the Lockscreen is by swiping in the opposite direction used for swiping to the Lockpad. IMO this inconsistent behaviour constitutes a bug: Lockscreen & Lockpad should be either a full carousel (preferably, IMO) or just ordered "the Lockpad is to the right of the Lockscreen". As this would be simply an extension of the existing behaviour, not possibly interfering with accustomed use patterns, no negative impact is to be expected.

This tiny change would make the UI behaviour of the Lockscreen & Lockpad consistent with the Homescreen & Eventsview, when Settings--> Gestures --> Quick events access is activated. You may (alternatively to above suggestion) introduce an option like that for the Lockscreen, too.

Best regards & happy sailing

### [Simple feature suggestion / usability bug] Make the Lockscreen & Lockpad a full carousel

Dear Jolla team,

please make the two Lockscreen screens (the actual Lockscreen and the Lockpad, when activated) fully a carousel, e.g. by just changing the UI behaviour. Currently (under SailfishOS 2.1.1.26) one can swipe from the Lockscreen to the Lockpad in either direction (left or right), but the only way back from the Lockpad to the Lockscreen is by swiping in the opposite direction used for swiping to the Lockpad.

IMO this inconsistent behaviour constitutes a bug: Lockscreen & Lockpad should be either a full carousel (preferably, IMO) or just simply ordered "the Lockpad is to the right of the Lockscreen".

As this would be simply an extension of the existing behaviour, not possibly interfering with accustomed use patterns, no negative impact is to be expected.

This tiny change would make the UI behaviour of the Lockscreen & Lockpad consistent with the Homescreen & Eventsview, when Settings--> Gestures --> Quick events access is activated. You may (alternatively to above suggestion) introduce an option like that for the Lockscreen, too.

Best regards & happy sailing

### [Simple feature suggestion / usability bug] Make the Lockscreen & Lockpad a full carousel

Dear Jolla team,

please make the two Lockscreen screens (the actual Lockscreen and the Lockpad, when activated) fully a carousel, e.g. by just changing the UI behaviour. carousel.
Currently (under SailfishOS 2.1.1.26) one can swipe from the Lockscreen to the Lockpad in either direction (left or right), but the only way back from the Lockpad to the Lockscreen is by swiping in the opposite direction used for swiping to the Lockpad.

IMO this inconsistent behaviour constitutes a bug: Lockscreen & Lockpad should be either a full carousel (preferably, IMO) or simply ordered "the Lockpad is to the right of the Lockscreen".

As this fixing this inconsistency as suggested here would be simply an extension of the existing behaviour, not possibly interfering with accustomed use patterns, no negative impact is to be expected.

This tiny change would make the UI behaviour of the Lockscreen & Lockpad consistent with the Homescreen & Eventsview, when Settings--> Gestures --> Quick events access is activated.
You may (alternatively to above suggestion) introduce an option like that for the Lockscreen, too.

Best regards & happy sailing

### [Simple feature suggestion / usability bug] Make the Lockscreen & Lockpad a full carousel

Dear Jolla team,

please make the two Lockscreen screens (the actual Lockscreen and the Lockpad, when activated) fully a carousel.
Currently (under SailfishOS 2.1.1.26) one can swipe from the Lockscreen to the Lockpad in either direction (left or right), but the only way back from the Lockpad to the Lockscreen is by swiping in the opposite direction used for swiping to the Lockpad.

IMO this inconsistent behaviour constitutes a bug: Lockscreen & Lockpad should be either a full carousel (preferably, IMO) or simply ordered "the Lockpad is to the right of the Lockscreen".
As this fixing this inconsistency as suggested here would be simply an a simple extension of the existing behaviour, not possibly interfering with accustomed use patterns, no negative impact is to be expected.

This tiny change would make the UI behaviour of the Lockscreen & Lockpad consistent with the Homescreen & Eventsview, when Settings--> Gestures --> Quick events access is activated.
You may (alternatively to above suggestion) introduce an option like that for the Lockscreen, too.

Best regards & happy sailing

### [Simple feature suggestion / usability bug] Make the Lockscreen & Lockpad a full carousel

Dear Jolla team,

please make the two Lockscreen screens (the actual Lockscreen and the Lockpad, when activated) fully a carousel.
Currently (under SailfishOS 2.1.1.26) one can swipe from the Lockscreen to the Lockpad in either direction (left or right), but the only way back from the Lockpad to the Lockscreen is by swiping in the opposite direction used for swiping to the Lockpad.

IMO this inconsistent UI behaviour constitutes a bug: Lockscreen & Lockpad should be either a full carousel (preferably, IMO) or simply ordered "the Lockpad is to the right of the Lockscreen".
As this fixing this inconsistency as suggested here would be a simple extension of the existing UI behaviour, not possibly interfering with accustomed use patterns, no negative impact is to be expected.

This tiny change would make the UI behaviour of the Lockscreen & Lockpad consistent with the Homescreen & Eventsview, when Settings--> Gestures --> Quick events access is activated.
You may (alternatively to above suggestion) introduce an option like that for the Lockscreen, too.

Best regards & happy sailing

### [Simple feature suggestion / usability bug] Make the Lockscreen & Lockpad a full carousel

Dear Jolla team,

please make the two Lockscreen screens (the actual Lockscreen and the Lockpad, when activated) fully a carousel.
Currently (under SailfishOS 2.1.1.26) one can swipe from the Lockscreen to the Lockpad in either direction (left or right), but the only way back from the Lockpad to the Lockscreen is by swiping in the opposite direction used for swiping to the Lockpad.

IMO this inconsistent UI behaviour constitutes a bug: Lockscreen & Lockpad should be either a full carousel (preferably, IMO) or simply ordered "the Lockpad is to the right of the Lockscreen".
As this fixing this inconsistency as suggested here would be a simple extension of the existing UI behaviour, not possibly interfering with accustomed use patterns, no negative impact is to be expected.

This tiny change would make the UI behaviour of the Lockscreen & Lockpad consistent with the Homescreen & Eventsview, when Settings--> Gestures --> Quick events access is activated. activated (i.e. a carousel).
You may (alternatively to above suggestion) introduce an option like that for the Lockscreen, Lockscreen / Lockpad, too.

Best regards & happy sailing

### [Simple feature suggestion / usability bug] Make the Lockscreen & Lockpad a full carousel

Dear Jolla team,

please make the two Lockscreen screens (the actual Lockscreen and the Lockpad, when activated) fully a carousel.
Currently (under SailfishOS 2.1.1.26) one can swipe from the Lockscreen to the Lockpad in either direction (left or right), but the only way back from the Lockpad to the Lockscreen is by swiping in the opposite direction used for swiping to the Lockpad.

IMO this inconsistent UI behaviour constitutes a bug: Lockscreen & Lockpad should be either a full carousel (preferably, IMO) or simply ordered "the Lockpad is to the right of the Lockscreen". The current behaviour is confusing, as it constitutes "half a carousel"!
As this fixing this inconsistency as suggested here would be a simple extension of the existing UI behaviour, not possibly interfering with accustomed use patterns, no negative impact is to be expected.

This tiny change would make the UI behaviour of the Lockscreen & Lockpad consistent with the Homescreen & Eventsview, when Settings--> Gestures --> Quick events access is activated (i.e. a carousel).
You may (alternatively to above suggestion) introduce an option like that for the Lockscreen / Lockpad, too.

Best regards & happy sailing

### [Simple feature suggestion / usability bug] Make the Lockscreen & Lockpad a full carousel

Dear Jolla team,

please make the two Lockscreen screens (the actual Lockscreen and the Lockpad, when activated) fully a carousel.
Currently (under SailfishOS 2.1.1.26) one can swipe from the Lockscreen to the Lockpad in either direction (left or right), but the only way back from the Lockpad to the Lockscreen is by swiping in the opposite direction used for swiping to the Lockpad.

IMO this inconsistent UI behaviour constitutes a an usability bug: Lockscreen & Lockpad should be either a full carousel (preferably, IMO) or simply ordered "the Lockpad is to the right of the Lockscreen". The current behaviour is confusing, as it constitutes "half a carousel"!
As this fixing this inconsistency as suggested here would be a simple extension of the existing UI behaviour, not possibly interfering with accustomed use patterns, no negative impact is to be expected.

This tiny change would make the UI behaviour of the Lockscreen & Lockpad consistent with the Homescreen & Eventsview, when Settings--> Gestures --> Quick events access is activated (i.e. a carousel).
You may (alternatively to above suggestion) introduce an option like that for the Lockscreen / Lockpad, too.

Best regards & happy sailing

### [Simple feature suggestion / usability bug] Make the Lockscreen & Lockpad a full carousel

Dear Jolla team,

please make the two Lockscreen screens (the actual Lockscreen and the Lockpad, when activated) fully a carousel.
Currently (under SailfishOS 2.1.1.26) one can swipe from the Lockscreen to the Lockpad in either direction (left or right), but the only way back from the Lockpad to the Lockscreen is by swiping in the opposite direction used for swiping to the Lockpad.

IMO this inconsistent UI behaviour constitutes an usability bug: Lockscreen & Lockpad should be either a full carousel (preferably, IMO) or simply ordered "the Lockpad is to the right of the Lockscreen". The current behaviour is confusing, as it constitutes "half a carousel"!
As this fixing this inconsistency as suggested here would be a simple extension of the existing UI behaviour, not possibly interfering with accustomed use patterns, no negative impact is to be expected.

This tiny change would make the UI behaviour of the Lockscreen & Lockpad consistent with the Homescreen & Eventsview, when Settings--> Gestures --> Quick events access is activated (i.e. a carousel).
You may (alternatively to above suggestion) introduce an option like that for the Lockscreen / Lockpad, too.

Best regards & happy sailing