This is how vertical nav looks in the layout. It is fixed and stays with you at scrolling. Mouse hover or nav icon click at the top (gonna decide on one) is expanding for title view, gonna share that later...
Feedbacks are welcome as always.
Thanks, @ oykun
5 months ago
Great one @Oykun - working on something quite similar atm :)
@Axel Herrmann hehe I'm first!
Super! eline saglik.
@Oykun mine is horizontal :P
@Osman İnce tesekkurler hemserim!
@Axel Herrmann so it is not quite similar :)
@Oykun yes, my english is quite a mess, sorry for the confusion.
Great idea! Is it gonna open texts when mouseover?
good, looks interesting as well. But i'm not sure it might annoy us online.
@Cesar Zeppini yes, gonna share that soon. still polishing… Thanks btw.
Sweet. I'm not sure if hover is a good thing though, because (a) it's awkward on touchscreens (double-tap to click etc.), (b) it can be annoying if you hover by accident.
Nice man! do we really need the soon icon? :)
So nice @Oykun i like your UI work
@Erik Deiner yes, we want to let you know we are releasing those important features soon : )
@Oykun Oh ok, so I guess there is some text label on hover or something, right?
Nice idea. How would this work on screens too short to display the menu in full? Sounds unusual, but for example, the 11" MacBook Air’s screen is surprisingly short.
So many questions are coming in details :) I actually posted this to share how it is placed in the layout. I was going to share nav details in a different shot as I have been still working on…
@Daniel Eden in that case it resizes nav for your browser size and brings 3 dots in the end for you to hover to bring remaining ones in a horizontal block. So that you can click them.
@Erik Deiner yes tooltip tell you what it is.
Looks great! But if its on hover, my concern is that it's so long and thin that getting to the bottom item may be a bit of an annoyance for some of us with less motor skills. :)
I love this, great idea for the nav !
Love the navbar concept Oykun, smart.
Melted my face
Love the idea of a vertical floating navigation. Because the horizontal floating one most people use takes so much space on the screen (considering a screens width is bigger as its height).
@Eric Hoffman ummm, thanks, I guess. :D
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