Actually found this back in the trunk, did some polish and uploaded it.
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about 1 month ago
Interesting placement of "reply" button.
@Martin Maričák yeah well totally agree hehe. This have just been more of a playground testing colors etc. Won't go live.
Interesting UI :)
@Dominic L. Thank you sir!
@Robin Kylander I understand. But I'm serious. This is actually where your eyes end up after reading the email. I would like to see some test results, how people interact on that. :)
@Martin Maričák yeah interesting you mentioned that, since that's something I've been discussing with a friend of mine. Although I prefer use key bindings which the "normal" user probably don't.
I believe that in this case the reply button should stick to the bottom-right. Once again funny you mentioned and brought it up for a conversation. A/B-testing would be nice.
@Robin Kylander I'm glad you are interested in my point. :) I also like key bindings, but in case of user, which is not working with computer on daily basis, mouse interactions would be preferred option.
In my opinion the best placement of reply button is at the end of an email. If you have mail client maximized and you get a short mail, right under the message can be the box with engagement to prefered options. For example "reply" and (less intensive) archive/mark as read/something like that. :) If message or conversation gets longer, that engagement box can be sticky at the bottom of the window.
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