** Changed in: canonical-devices-system-image
Status: Fix Committed => Fix Released
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Automatic Header height adjustment should be optional
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I am currently developing a convergence capable CAD App and i recently
switched the UI to use AdaptivePageLayout and the new headers. I have
noticed that the header automatically resizes across columns to match
the column with the greatest header height.
This doesn't suit my particular application as I would like to
maintain maximum screen space for the drawing canvas.
I have attached some screenshots (early development - dont judge me!!)
of what I am seeing.
It would be super cool if you could include a flag or option to
disable the header adjustment for any particular page or column.
A flag will be included in the header component to disable header
adjustments, allowing developers to have different header heights for
Ideally for full screen applications the header should be set to hidden.
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