Hamburger menu and options

Doug G.
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Doug G. posted this 14 November 2019

For the wishlist:

Unlike the horizontal menu and other controls the Hamburger menu does not have margin/padding control. and if you you make adjustments while on the general menu panel they do have any effect on the hamburger menu. So you are unable to make small adjustments to it's positioning.

hambugerMenu1.png

Possible bug:
There also appears to be a bug on the margin settings shown above when in menu mode as. Take note the Top position on the right panel shows -32px instead of the actual 4px distance to the padding marker. Changing the value to 0px then leaving the entry field it reverts back to -32px and cannot be changed.

For the wishlist :

hambugerMenu2.png

Centering lines hints for both horizontal and center only appear when the mouse is used to perform the alignment. Using the arrow keys to try and align horizontal and centering these hints are not shown.

For the wishlist
Please add a zoom in function instead of just zooming out. On a laptop I need to use the arrow keys to make fine adjustments such as centering the menu above. If I could Zoom In on the project and enlarge it and adjust the area view it would be possible to use the mouse to center an object with other objects and the hint lines would appear to help simplify the move.

And thanks for fixing the grid centering issue. This time my footer and menu grids remained in place instead of skewing off the page to the right. That saves me 5 minutes of time that it took to correct it each time I opened it in 1.22.1, greatly appreciated.

Now if I could just get some control over the hamburger menu position on the panel it would help save me yet more time.

**For the wishlist:** Unlike the horizontal menu and other controls the Hamburger menu does not have margin/padding control. and if you you make adjustments while on the general menu panel they do have any effect on the hamburger menu. So you are unable to make small adjustments to it's positioning. !hambugerMenu1.png! **Possible bug:** There also appears to be a bug on the margin settings shown above when in menu mode as. Take note the Top position on the right panel shows -32px instead of the actual 4px distance to the padding marker. Changing the value to 0px then leaving the entry field it reverts back to -32px and cannot be changed. **For the wishlist :** !hambugerMenu2.png! Centering lines hints for both horizontal and center only appear when the mouse is used to perform the alignment. Using the arrow keys to try and align horizontal and centering these hints are not shown. **For the wishlist** Please add a zoom in function instead of just zooming out. On a laptop I need to use the arrow keys to make fine adjustments such as centering the menu above. If I could Zoom In on the project and enlarge it and adjust the area view it would be possible to use the mouse to center an object with other objects and the hint lines would appear to help simplify the move. And thanks for fixing the grid centering issue. This time my footer and menu grids remained in place instead of skewing off the page to the right. That saves me 5 minutes of time that it took to correct it each time I opened it in 1.22.1, greatly appreciated. Now if I could just get some control over the hamburger menu position on the panel it would help save me yet more time.
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Support Team
Support Team posted this 15 November 2019

Hi Doug,

Thank you for your input.

There also appears to be a bug on the margin settings shown above when in menu mode as. Take note the Top position on the right panel shows -32px instead of the actual 4px distance to the padding marker. Changing the value to 0px then leaving the entry field it reverts back to -32px and cannot be changed.

In general, this is behavior by default. The values in the right panel are real margin values that will be exported in the CSS file. The values in the editor are different for better visualization.

We added your request to our wish list.

Please let us know if you have any further questions.

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Olivia
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Hi Doug, Thank you for your input. > There also appears to be a bug on the margin settings shown above when in menu mode as. Take note the Top position on the right panel shows -32px instead of the actual 4px distance to the padding marker. Changing the value to 0px then leaving the entry field it reverts back to -32px and cannot be changed. In general, this is behavior by default. The values in the right panel are real margin values that will be exported in the CSS file. The values in the editor are different for better visualization. We added your request to our wish list. Please let us know if you have any further questions. ................................................... Sincerely, Olivia Nicepage Support Team Please subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://youtube.com/nicepage?sub_confirmation=1 Follow us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/nicepageapp
Doug G.
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Doug G. posted this 15 November 2019

I should have mentioned that the objects are inside a grid in the header. So the values should reflect it's positioning within the grid, and the grid show it's relationship with the block border. Aside from the header, that is how they appear in blocks with grids.

However the -32px point would reflect the top is 32px outside the border. Ranges else where do not display negative numbers except when items overlap atop another object is the behavior I have seen in Nicepage.

I should have mentioned that the objects are inside a grid in the header. So the values should reflect it's positioning within the grid, and the grid show it's relationship with the block border. Aside from the header, that is how they appear in blocks with grids. However the -32px point would reflect the top is 32px outside the border. Ranges else where do not display negative numbers except when items overlap atop another object is the behavior I have seen in Nicepage.
Support Team
Support Team posted this 29 November 2019

Doug,

Please note that elements in the code are placed one after another, and visually the vertical spacing seems to be positive. However, the actual margin is negative.

We will work on making this clearer.

Thank you!
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Doug, Please note that elements in the code are placed one after another, and visually the vertical spacing seems to be positive. However, the actual margin is negative. We will work on making this clearer. Thank you! ................................................... Sincerely, Nicepage Support Team Please subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://youtube.com/nicepage?sub_confirmation=1 Follow us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/nicepageapp
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