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「ColorOS Know How」About Virtual Navigation Keys

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This post was edited by kushwah at 25-3-2020 13:43

Hello colorOS Superfans
How are you all?
Today I’m here with an interesting topic for you. Let’s look into it.

About Virtual Navigation Keys



Learn information and usage of virtual navigation keys.
Applicable for ColorOS 5.1. Check your ColorOS version in [Settings] > [About phone].

On-screen virtual navigation keys give a better visual experience, also offers you fast and fluid gestures to operate your phone. You can change the order of the virtual keys, and set them to appear only when needed to free space on the screen.






Enable virtual navigation keys

Virtual navigation keys are default on. If you want to enable them manually, go to [Settings] > [Smart & Convenient] > [Navigation Keys].

Change the order of virtual navigation keys. The keys follow the typical order for OPPO: Menu, Home, and Return from left to right. If you are left-handed, you can change them to the Return-Home-recent Menu order.



Hide the virtual navigation keys. When you launch a full-screen app, the keys will automatically hide, and can be brought back with a simple swipe:

  • When in portrait mode, swipe up from the bottom.
  • When in landscape mode, swipe from the bottom to the left.







Manually hide the virtual navigation keys. To set the keys to appear only when needed, turn on Virtual Navigation Keys Can Be Hidden. Then you can click  on the left-lower corner of the screen to hide the keys, and swipe from the bottom to reveal them.





Swipe-up Gesture Navigation

Use swipe-up navigation gestures. Go to [Settings] > [Smart & Convenient] > [Navigation Keys] and click [Swipe-up Gesture Navigation].



Back at both sides. Swipe up from the left or right bottom to return to upper page, swipe up from the middle bottom to get to the Home screen, and swipe up from the middle bottom and pause 1 second to view recent tasks.



Simple gestures. Swipe up from the middle bottom to get to the Home screen, and swipe up from the middle bottom and pause 1 second to view recent tasks.



Back on the right. Swipe up from the left bottom to view recent tasks, swipe up from the middle bottom to get to the Home screen, and swipe up from the right bottom to return to upper page.



Back on the left. Swipe up from the left bottom to return to upper page, swipe up from the middle bottom to get to the Home screen, and swipe up from the right bottom to view recent tasks.



Hide Gesture Guide Bar. Gesture Guide Bar is the translucent line at the bottom of the screen, which allows you to quickly distinguish the left, middle, and right swipe-up regions. To hide the guide bar, turn on [Hide Gesture Guide Bar].

Prevent mistakenly touching. Turn on [Mistouch Prevention]. To use gesture navigation when the app is in Landscape Mode, you need to swipe up to bring up the guide bar first, then swipe up again in the same area.



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Posted at 25-3-2020 14:58:17 FromCPH1881Mobile phone | Display all floors
Great Article...!!!💯

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kushwah: Thanks  Posted at 26-3-2020 22:06
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