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Re: Contextual Toolbar


Hey Sam,

I think I agree with Harvey that a more iOS style popover would work more for various resolutions. Especially for really large displays having some kind of sidebar like that could end up creating a lot of mouse travel. 

Best Regards,
Daniel Foré

El oct 10, 2012, a las 1:15 p.m., Sam Tate <s@xxxxxxxxxxx> escribió:

> You'd think I'd have learned from yesterday to actually attach the bloody thing, but alas I appear to have forgotten once again ;)
> https://plus.google.com/u/0/118289670350117354716/posts/GpyGGU8e3VR - Here you are guys xD
> Sam
> On 10 October 2012 21:09, Sam Tate <s@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Greetings,
>> I refined my attempt from yesterday into something that can be useful for almost any app in the system. It is a bar at the side that appears when something is selected, such as text or an image. Slides in from the side and pushes the content to the left (rather than overlaying it like in the mockup). 
>> It could house more functions than just those shown, maybe even replacing the right click and allowing you to delete/rename files etc.
>> Obviously the actual mockup isn't great since my design skills aren't on par with Dan's or Harvey's (also I was working with bitmaps rather than raw vectors here :P), but the concept is pretty solid I think.
>> Here: http://developer.android.com/design/patterns/selection.html is how it works in Android for reference.
>> Regards,
>> Sam Tate
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