Recent apps and Back button indications are not working as expected

You can check how the Recent apps and Back button indications are exchanged at the bottom. When I swipe up the back button, recent apps indications shows up and vice versa. Only home button indication shows at thr correct position. How come this simple thing missed out in testing?

I have enabled swipe up gesture navigation in the system navigation.


Comments

  • Thank God I'm using FNG :)

  • You need to change your navigation to "Gesture Navigation" for now. The "Swipe-up gesture navigation" option has shown to have two bugs. If you still insist on using "Swipe-up gesture navigation" despite these bugs, then you may change the buttons by pressing the cog in the "Navigation Bar" option

  • Thank you for sharing it. But I will stick with mostly the inbuilt things. So Im expecting the issues should be addressed in next release

  • _jis__jis_ Level 4

    However, no manufacturer will ever give you as much configurability as Francisco Barroso in his FNG.

  • AlaudeenAlaudeen Level 2
    edited January 3

    Yeah I know that Jis, and many thanks for sharing it. But if we install different applications from play store due to issues in the inbuilt options, think about the RAM management and the battery consumption. I'm worried in that only. I'm not telling FNG is bad one. Once again thanks for sharing.

  • _jis__jis_ Level 4
    edited January 3

    But if we install different applications from play store due to issues in the inbuilt options, think about the RAM management and the battery consumption. I'm worried in that only.

    I understand you, but I have to assure you that it's not at all related, it's just about choosing the right applications. You can have system apps that will use more memory and battery than apps installed from the Play Store. Often, the system ones may never get any major updates or advanced configuration options. They will never have as many users as the best-quality applications with a huge user base, where you can also expect more support from developers whose budget by number of users is nowhere else.

    Years of experience have taught me to carefully select, stick to, understand, and use the best applications. On each of my phones, albeit from different manufacturers, I am in the familiar environment of my favorite applications.

    The apps I value the most, without which I can't be:

    Tasker that can replace hundreds of standalone dedicated applications and tools

    Nova Prime launcher & Sesame shortcuts & FNG & Tiles

    Nearly all Google apps: Play, Pay, Gmail, Phone, Contacts, Clock, Camera, Photos, Keep, Now, Calendar, Maps, ...

    AdGuard, AccuBattery, Nine, MiX, X-plorer

    I have a total of 178 user applications and have zero issues with memory or battery on the other hand I also disabled some system apps:


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