With this new peek behavior Google states that its aim was to make it so that users would be alerted to the fact that swiping would open the navigation drawer. Of course, you can get this feature working in smartphones using third-party launchers. As the screenshot below shows, Android Q then greys out the option to select gesture navigation from within Settings, leaving only 2 and 3-button navigation instead.
The formal announcement of the new open beta testing program comes via a post by a Google employee to the Messages help community, together with a formal request that participants not "publicize or share the features you're testing until they're publicly available" - like anyone is going to adhere to that.
Google has pushed the Android Q Beta 5 with a feature that many stock Android owners wanted for a looong time - pull-down gesture for the notification bar. With the thinner and repurposed navigation bar, the trigger for the Google Assistant also changed and after reasonable inquisition, we learned that one of the ways to hail the Assistant is by swiping from one of the lower corners of the display towards the center of the screen.Читайте также: President Trump's personal tax records could soon be made public
Once again, Google's tweaking its gesture navigation system. After this, he wasn't able to set gesture navigation as default.
When we tried to use a third-party launcher on beta 4, we saw that gesture navigation mode was pretty buggy with a third-party launcher. Gestures haven't played well with these ever since they were introduced in Android Pie, and starting with the next release in Beta 6, Google will replace the gesture navigation with the old three-button nav whenever a third-party launcher is being used.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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