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Posts: 117
Registered: ‎12-03-2010
My Device: Not Specified

Re: Application Menu Items

Thank you guy. 


Hope you guy like the app and will buy it ... ha... Smiley Wink 

I should add more description on that game, it supports also moving by clicking instead of Drag-n-drop.

( think about it, after n time moving by drag-n-drop, your finger may tired and want simple click ... )


Just let you know that I did have other application.

Chinese Calendar and Zodiac  ( another Ad  ;-) )


The reason I point out this calendar app is because, it is the other "opposite" about menu.

There is no any swipe-down menu at all.

All navigation is on the "top". ( the very left one is the "About" )


So, hope that give you an idea about design your menu.

swipe-down or not.

btw. I even saw on some demo-video, they have right-swipe menu ....

( I am not sure it is good idea or not, at least, in the "standard" right now, user is not expect to have left or right swipe menu .... )


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Posts: 1,003
Registered: ‎01-16-2011
My Device: PlayBook (sim)
My Carrier: Rogers

Re: Application Menu Items

Wait, you saw a video where the bezel swipe from the right brought up a menu? Mind posting the link
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Posts: 117
Registered: ‎12-03-2010
My Device: Not Specified

Re: Application Menu Items

Yes, it seems to me that it is swipe from right.

I cannot remember it is demo by RIM or Adobe people, it is very short only couple second.

It is awhile ago now, I will try to see if I can found it ...