https://bugzilla.wikimedia.org/show_bug.cgi?id=58661

sp...@wikimedia.org changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
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            Summary|Flow: Stop using header to  |Flow: Stop using topic bar
                   |collapse a thread           |to collapse a thread

--- Comment #3 from sp...@wikimedia.org ---
Actually the topic bar[*] is a button, it has mw-ui-button class and gets the
beveled bottom on hover. It is assigned a background-color that prevents the
usual button darkening on click; I think that's a bug in the CSS, I filed bug
58800.

I'm not disagreeing that about the substance of this bug. My 2 cents is we
could reuse the collapse-expand indicator buttons that are already present in
Vector's left-hand collapsible navigation. As I recall the designer's concern
was to avoid having icons in a left-hand margin as well as a right-hand margin
with the flag and permalink.

[*] In the official Flow nomenclature the "header" is the area with gray text
at the top of the page, though as we've discussed the topic bar resembles a
mail message header.

Hope this helps.

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