|25 Feb 2019|
@jounih what do you think should be the behaviour for mobile when the user clicks on
and then, when the user closes the
@aquigorka checking how gmail mobile clients handles other sections triggered from the burger menu - it first closes the menu panel and then opens the tapped modal/section on top of everything else. I think we can do the same
on desktop the modals/panels just open on top of everything else (since have an always visible app panel and no burger menus)
on desktop the modals just open on top of everything else (since have an always visible app panel and no burger menus)
and what about when closing the Preferences section? should the MenuPanel be opened?
on desktop the modals just open on top of everything else (since we have an always visible menupanel and no burger menus)
Btw @jounih could we bring the local identity screens into an issue on aragon/design?
no probs, will add an issue on GH
|4 Mar 2019|
@jounih been updating the Custom Labels PR and made videos, could you take a look and let me know if you see anything off?
|7 Mar 2019|
should this be the same size?
The font is variable
But I saw recently a new CSS property that tries to make variable fonts aligned on a unique glyphe width
I want to try it on the badge to see
And for the timer too
Not sure how it would work for addresses, but let’s see
If it doesn’t, we could consider using a monospace font for addresses @jounih
If it doesn’t, we could consider using a monospace font for addresses and timers @jounih
If it doesn’t, we could consider using a monospace font for addresses (and maybe timers) @jounih
Sweet, yeah, for ease of reading I think giving the same spacing would be helpful
|10 Mar 2019|
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|11 Mar 2019|
I have noticed this as well, I’d love to see some design proposals for using a monospace font for addresses
|20 Mar 2019|
@bpierre would it make sense to hide the
@dizzypaty I agree: