I would like to see a fixed navigation bar at the top of the page especially when I am in the forums.
Sites pretty easy to navigate as it is. The navigation tabs are all at the top already.
For me everything that appears on the dark gray field on top of the page is the same for any HP page I see. Is it different for you?
no! it is just that when you are reading a long furom thread and you wnt to back track you have to scroll to the top of the page to do it. (Maybe I'm just being Lazy )
Gotcha! So you want a floating navigation bar then! Actually it's a cool idea I think - providing there are enough resources to implement it.
Just press the 'Home' button on your keyboard and you'll be right back to the top.
It would sort of be like when editing a hub, how the capsule options are created as a floating bar... I'm not the biggest fan of that actually. I use it, but it gets in my visionary way sometimes.
For what it's worth I agree with Whitney. The floating navigation bars are pretty annoying for me and often just get in the way. I always do the "home" button trick or just hit page up a few times...
Thanks for the tip Whitney! I was not aware that you could do that. Solves my problem.
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