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New predictive back gesture creates visual inconsistency

(Topic created: 10-22-2023 02:29 AM)
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Casosix
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When opening a menu from another (such as selecting 'connections' within settings), the animation for this is to show the new menu sliding up from just below where it will end up in a somewhat abrupt animation. I've never liked these animations since they were introduced in OneUI 1.0, and always preferred the ones that Samsung used on Android 8.0. That said, they're fine and work okay. 

However, in OneUI 6, some menus (though not all, and this really needs to be worked on) support predictive back gesture animations, where the menu slides to the right of the screen as it fades to the previous menu. This creates a visual inconsistency, whereby opening a new menu will appear from the bottom, but disappear to the right. This is poor user interface design. 

For an easy and effective solution, you might replace all menu open-and-close animations with a version visually similar to that used by the the predictive model for each menu. 
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