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[bioontology-support] Class navigation and navbar access

Vincent Emonet vincent.emonet at
Fri Mar 17 11:23:30 PDT 2017


Ok, got it

Yes, when I tried on my computer (by resizing the window) I got the 
right behaviour

But on my phone (Nexus 5) I am still getting the desktop UI (but I never 
used it with my phone. It was just for the test)

Thanks for the answer,


On 17/03/2017 18:45, Jennifer Leigh Vendetti wrote:
> On Mar 17, 2017, at 1:17 AM, Vincent Emonet <vincent.emonet at 
> <mailto:vincent.emonet at>> wrote:
>> Hi,
>> The problem with the navigation bar is that it forces user to do one 
>> more click to access the main features. And the whole top bar is 
>> unused, which is a loss of space
> Yes, I got that point from your previous email.  I was asking for 
> follow-up information about what you thought a better alternative 
> design might be.
> We wanted to keep frequently accessed / helpful things in the top 
> navigation bar like links to documentation, a link to submit feedback, 
> links to most recently accessed ontologies, links to view account 
> settings, links to log in and out, etc.  Spreading all of this out 
> horizontally across the top navigation bar, in addition to links to 
> main services like the Annotator, Recommender, etc., takes up too much 
> space - even on large desktop size monitors.
>> However I tried on a smartphone and the menu is not changing to a 
>> more smartphone-friendly interface. Which seems to be a bug because 
>> you put the bootstrap element for mobile devices adaptation 
>> (%span{class: "icon-bar"} )
>> If the bootstrap elements for mobile devices are properly defined, 
>> then the menu should adapt properly to more little screen. And you 
>> would not need to put the main features in a dropdown select
> This is an interesting bug.  If you resize a browser window down to 
> the small screen size on a laptop, the menu changes appropriately (see 
> screen shot below).  However, as you point out, it doesn’t do the same 
> on my iPhone.  Not sure what mobile device you’re using.  I entered an 
> issue for this in GitHub [1].
> Jennifer
> [1]

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