I would like to propose two enhancements to web UX related to search
suggestions in .org Guide.
- Hide search suggestions upon click event
In particular this can lead to strange situation like the following one:
- User is here
- User types "river" into search field
- User clicks "rivers > rivers" item (currently ~ 6th from the top).
The problem is that this suggestion leads to the same page, it only jumps a
little bit down to #id-1 anchor. (
As a result the page is still covered by search suggestions and actual text
on the page is not visible.
It might be actually useful to catch click event at the document level
meaning any click outside search suggestions will hide them.
- Hide suggestions and clear search field on ESC key event while focus is
in search field.
So far the only way how to hide search suggestions is manually delete the
text in search field. Also note that there seem to be a bug when
a) the text in search field is selected (for example cmd+A or
b) delete key is hit
because if b) happens quickly after a) search suggestions (re-)appear again
despite the search filed is already empty.
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