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OK, that worked, BUT, the grouping signs for both the share and follow bars do not align when displayed on the same side of the page.
Also, when chosen to show ungrouped, the “-” sign is not in line with the rest of the icons. Also, it is constsantly visible, when the same is not for the followbar. If I choose to display both in grouped mode, the 2 icons appear misaligned.
Again, it would serve everyone best if you apply the same logic (in terms of positioning, display, grouped/ungrouped signs,etc.) you used in the followbar to the sharebar.
I am disabling the sharebar until/if you decide to implement what I suggest and what makes sense.
Works on the desktop, but not on my cell.
Given that the followbar works identically well on desktops, laptops, handhelds, etc. is one of the reasons why I recommended you implement the same placing options it has to the sharebar.
1. I do not want them to overlap, but want them.tonhave the same.distance from the edge of the screen if opposite from one another or if one above the other (vertically).
You have great controls for the followbar and you should implement them to the sharebar as well. I see no reason why not.
There is no change with 20%.This is why I had it at 90% to make sure it does not work, which it doesn’t. These values change nothing on my Chrome, Android 10, Samsung Galaxy Note 10+.
Thanks for the responses. Mine follow.
1. I did that, however it takes multiple clicks for the trash can to actually work.
2. I had it at 10%, both left and right, still does not work as expected. The icons of the sharebar never line up with those of the followbar. At 10% and left, still closer to left corner than the followbar is to the right corner. Same on your screenshot.
3. 4. Will take a look.
5. You should have the SAME position controls for the sharebar as you have for the followbar.