Next and Previous button in mobile view?

by gerdroot, Thursday, April 18, 2013, 13:30 (4078 days ago)

Hi again,

sorry if you perceive this as spamming, but i learned it is best to make one thread per topic ;)


I really like the mobile page that selfoss brings out of the box.

However i dislike that i have to click "(x)" to get back to the overview and then click the next/previous item to open it.

Is there an easier way already?

If not: is it possible to include "next" and "previous" buttons at the right (for next) and left (for previous) upper corner of the mobile view?

That would make selfoss even more awesome than it is today :)

thanks for selfoss and reading this ;)

br
gerdroot

Next and Previous button in mobile view?

by daysofgreen, Thursday, April 18, 2013, 15:50 (4078 days ago) @ gerdroot

Coming from using google reader mostly on my phone, I too miss the next button. One thing I found with selfoss is that is isn't necessary to hit the 'x' to close an article, tapping anywhere that isnt a link will bring you back to where you were on the list.

Next and Previous button in mobile view?

by jens, Sunday, April 21, 2013, 09:51 (4075 days ago) @ gerdroot

I tinkered with something along those lines yesterday...

I added a "Throw" button (i.e. mark as read and go to the next message) to the smartphone view (and removed all the google/twitter/etc stuff as I don't use it) --- not exactly what you want but it might be useful to some people...

I just created a patch and posted it here: http://pastebin.com/U660B1fF
Save it as a file and run "patch -p1 < fileUSavedItAs"

(although naturally this requires the patch utility)

Disclaimer: I probably don't adhere to the style etc and I haven't tested it excessively, but it works on my phone :)

Edit: Oh, and as with an update you should delete (at least) public/all.js and clear your browser cache...

Next and Previous button in mobile view?

by gnurou, Wednesday, May 01, 2013, 08:46 (4065 days ago) @ gerdroot

I'd like to second that idea. Swipe gestures to go to the next/previous items might even be better, but I'm not sure how simple it is to do that in html5.

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