maemo.org Bugzilla – Bug 4617
Toolbar dropdown (when displaying many buttons) not finger friendly
Last modified: 2009-06-17 13:32:08 UTC
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Beta 5.0 SDK
STEPS TO REPRODUCE THE PROBLEM:
Create a toolbar that contains more items as it normally could display. You´ll
see a small arrow on the right side of the toolbar which indicates that there
are more items.
When clicking on this indicator something with finger friendly buttons should
pop up. These buttons should have the same size and style as the toolbar. There
is no need to show text labels or keyboard accelerators there.
When clicking on this arrow a menu pops up with only stylus sized items. Those
items have small icons, a text label and a keyboard shortcut.
This especially happens when an application is used in portrait mode because
then the toolbar can hold only about half the items that it can hold in
Created an attachment (id=1211) [details]
Screenshot showing the bug
Moving to GTK
WONTFIX for Fremantle.
Forwarding internal comments:
"The default GTK+ widget indeed shows a menu with menu items when the overflow
arrow is clicked. This is unfortunately not configurable. Changing this
requires changes to all GtkToolItems. Of course all third-party GtkToolItems
are not under our control, so these cannot be expected to be updated.
The landscape mode provides reasonable space for menu items. Applications are
expected to use landscape only UI. Toolbar overflow is not supposed to be