elad at fedoraproject.org
Fri Mar 20 12:16:58 UTC 2015
On Fri, Mar 20, 2015 at 1:59 PM, Marco Scannadinari <m at scannadinari.co.uk>
> I think the problem is that, while it is easy to just start typing the
> password or press ESC/Enter, these things have close to zero affordance -
> it is very much not obvious that this functionality is present.
> I think that it would be best to move the password box into the shield, or
> move notifications into the password screen, removing the shield
> altogether. Either way, there should be clear visual indication of what the
> user can do to exit the lock screen.
1) There are animated arrows on the lock screen showing the direction you
need to drag it.
2) Pressing Escape to dismiss things has been a common pattern for years.
3) Windows 8, 8.1 and 10 have a similar lock screen shield that is
dismissed in the same way.
I don't think any of the interactions with the shield are unclear or
Regardless, this is not the right place to discuss upstream design
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