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We tried to think of the best way to allow users to add attributes while editing a rich text file in Whirl. What better way to do it than modifying the existing copy/paste menu? The goal was to completely redesign Apple's default menu, adding the custom format bar at the bottom. I'm aware that the default look isn't the "nicest", but I wanted it to look as natural as possible.
Inspired by this awesome blog post.
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over 1 year ago
Beautifully considered modification of the contextual menu. Great work!
Q: How would the colour selection/highlight work?
@Matt Whiteley That hasn't really been decided yet. Possibly when you select the color square to the right, the cut/copy/paste buttons at the top fade away, being replaced with a color slider. Once the user is happy with the color, they tap the square again, dismissing the slider and bringing back the previous functions.
@Joe Kennedy Awesome. I only ask as i've worked on a project before where it's been tricky to get a lot of functionality into a contextual menu. Will be interesting to see how you tackle it :)
nice work dude, like it. Btw did you use Eidenberg's render?
@Bady Thanks! Yeah. :D
@Joe Kennedy just wondering if you read the read me file.. I guess he don't want the render posted/ used as a preview here on dribbble? cmiiw
@Bady Oh my bad... had no idea. :(
Really nice (and clean) work Joe.
This is nice! But yeah, Mikael will be pissed to see his render here.
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