38 réflexions au sujet de “Chrome obtient des gestes de balayage de naviguer en arrière ou avant Chrome”

  1. Great stuff. The swipe from the left edge to go back is one of the quality of life things I loved in iOS; the other being scroll to top via tap on the status bar.

    With OxygenOS and OneUI gestures, I haven’t really missed it, but being able to have it and google is implementing this is a step in the right direction.

  2. Doesn’t seem to be working for me even with the flag enabled. I wonder if it’s conflicting with another flag?

    EDIT: If you disable the pull to refresh gesture the history gesture won’t work.

  3. Why do they make it an option in an app and not available systemwide?
    I don’t get it.
    Having inconsistent gestures control between apps is such a bad idea from google.

    That’s why iOs feels more polished, natural and smooth than Android.

  4. It’s nice that this feature is receiving integration in Google Chrome and potentially other Chromium-based browsers. I was surprised that this feature was missing for some time now; even Internet Explorer Mobile of Windows Phone has had this « swipe to go back/forward across webpages » feature for a while, since at least circa the year 2015 (and Microsoft Edge already has the feature on Android).. 😄 I would hope that the gesture feature remains an option and not enforced, since such swipe-based navigation gestures can at times conflict with webpages that have lengthy horizontal content (like tables) that you have to scroll through on mobile phones. But overall, I anticipate that it will work decently so as to not be too problematic.

    It would be nice if the Chromium developers restored the on-screen back button that was formerly situated in the « shish-kabob / 3-dot » menu, at least for those who liked/used it..

    Now if only we could make the Chromium gestures of « tab pull-down from URL address bar » and « tab switching via horizontal swipe on URL address bar » optional as well.. 😶

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