[Design][Chandler][Sum] focus in the sidebar
pbossut at osafoundation.org
Fri Jan 13 11:49:57 PST 2006
John Anderson wrote:
> Philippe Bossut wrote:
>> Mimi Yin wrote:
>>> 1. Single click in the sidebar does NOT shift keyboard focus to the
>>> 2. Click and then click again to shift focus to the sidebar AND/OR
> I presume that you mean clicking on a selected item in the sidebar,
> since clicking an unselected item in the sidebar changes the
> selection. Also, I presume that you don't mean double click since
> that's used to edit the name of the collection.
That's what I assumed too for it to make sense. I'm pretty sure that's
what Mimi intended also.
>>> 3. Use the Tab key AND/OR
> Suppose a field in the detail view has the focus and you hit tab. It
> should go to the next field in the detail view, right? So under what
> circumstances does Tab move the focus to the sidebar?
When you're at the end of a table, tab (or shift-tab) should move the
focus to the next area (previous in the case of shift-tab) so that the
entire UI can be navigated through using the keyboard. This is described
in the Navigation section of this doc:
It's not implemented yet though.
>>> 4. Click on sharing or info (if the collection isn't shared) icon
>>> 5. Select menu item: Collection>>View details
> Does this show information about the collection in the summary/detail
Indeed it does. That's where the discussion started (see:
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