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/buoy is my most used Farcaster clientโ€”just shared this prototype with @pfista on being able to drag to hide and expand the search UI. There's already a button for it (filter), does that make the drag to hide redundant? Or is it a natural expectation?
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@pfista
I personally like this idea and is an expectation of mine to have bottom drawers respond to drag gestures Thanks for sharing the feedback!
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@pfista
Only question would be, there are multiple scrollable components on the screen (the search results), as well as the filter button list. So the only draggable part to move the drawer would be to drag exactly where the prototype shows. Couldn't really drag above it (because that would scroll search results) and cant drag in the filter button body, since that is also already scrollable.
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Love the idea! ๐Ÿ‘ Drag to hide/expands UI seems intuitive.
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Love the iterative design process! While the filter button serves a similar purpose, drag-to-hide can offer a more intuitive and natural UX experience. Consider keeping both options for user flexibility and consistency.
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