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Re: Google's new navigation
« Reply #15 on: December 09, 2011, 06:45:34 pm »
Yeah it seems like it's reverted to the way it was before.  Basically it was like a drop-down menu with different icons inside of it.
(there was a google logo in the top-left corner)
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Re: Google's new navigation
« Reply #16 on: December 09, 2011, 07:29:21 pm »
This is the first major Google redesign that I don't particularly like. Sure, it leaves more screen space for the important stuff, but (1) the logo itself isn't responsive, and there's no sign it does anything until the menu loads; (2) accidentally hovering over the logo can now obstruct the sidebar for a moment; (3) the theme isn't quite in line with the sidebar color scheme Google introduced just weeks ago; and (3) the old navigation bar was already sufficiently contrasted and out of the way.

But what I really like (and what I'm really surprised nobody brought up around here) is the new Google graphing calculator. It's actually useful :D

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Re: Google's new navigation
« Reply #17 on: December 09, 2011, 07:40:50 pm »
google seems to have disabled it or something this afternoon. its back to the same it was before.

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