[UI] Generic rule for overshooting scrollables/lists/etc

Bug #1210507 reported by Albert Astals Cid on 2013-08-09
Affects Status Importance Assigned to Milestone
Ubuntu UI Toolkit
Fix Released
Ubuntu UX

Bug Description

At the moment on Ubuntu Touch components you can overshoot (i.e. continue scrolling after you've reached the end of the list/scrollable) almost infinitely (basically only limited by how much space you can continue swiping your finger)

I think (and I remember Oren agreed) it would make sense to globally limit that overshooting to some [small] value. This way the user can see the thing is scrollable and it has reached the end, but is not able to degenerate the view so much into "ugly" UI configurations


John Lea (johnlea) on 2013-08-12
Changed in ubuntu-ux:
assignee: nobody → Katie Taylor (katie-t)
Changed in ubuntu-ux:
assignee: Katie Taylor (katie-t) → Estibaliz Landa Torres (estilanda)
summary: - Generic rule for overshooting scrollables/lists/etc
+ [UI] Generic rule for overshooting scrollables/lists/etc
Changed in ubuntu-ux:
assignee: Estibaliz Landa Torres (estilanda) → nobody
status: New → Fix Released
Changed in ubuntu-ui-toolkit:
status: New → Fix Released
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