The first version has a bit more padding and shrinks down text size to make things fit.
The second version also adds native iOS hyphenation.
Please check these out and let us know what you think.
I would also like to communicate that the ideal number of lines of text for a menu item title is 3. If your locale shows 4 lines, which will currently bleed into the button row below, a simple fix is to simplify the title text. (I say simple here, but I very much realize this can be a tough problem)
Dutch and Frisian look almost fine except for the text "Desktopwebsite
Dutch in a way looks even better with Hyphenation, but I can't figure out
where the hyphens are being set when I look at
or did you do it yourself?
Also, there might be to much hyphenation for Dutch, because
fits nicely on 2 lines, but is now written as
Same for French, the first version is way better. With the second
version, there are so many hyphens that it makes it ugly and difficult
to read. It would become okay if we could prevent hyphenation on some
words like on Desktop . But since the width is dynamic here, I don’t
think this trick is possible.
> On Jun 30, 2016, at 8:51 AM, Stefan Plewako <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> Wiadomość napisana przez Stefan Arentz <[hidden email]> w dniu 30.06.2016, o godz. 13:53:
>> What is the tab carousel screen? Can you post a link to a screenshot?
> The screen where you switch between open tabs, opened by taping open tab counter button in the top browser bar.