Recently the flagging page of the user profile received an overhaul:
Do you have any feedback or suggestions for these changes?
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This is minor, but when I first saw the new design, I thought the
> was a dropdown. (Compare the dropdowns in the 10k tools.) Therefore, I think the arrow should be a different character, maybe a bullet point.
Page is mostly responsive, but titles aren't paying attention to boundaries.
I see this on my flag-summary page:
At first I thought this was because not all pages on the site are responsive yet, but this one (otherwise) seems to be. The stuff on the main part of the page re-lays itself out as I change the window size, and there's no horizontal scroll. However, question titles don't follow this rule and the pink backgrounds from deleted questions overshoot the text.
Long flag text (using a custom flag) wraps; it's just the titles and the pink they bring along with them that's not minding the boundaries. I suspect that individual elements on that page have wrap directives and it got missed on titles.
Call me blind but I find it hard to easily distinguish the flag categories. The titles (post flags/spam flags etc) are written in the same font, same font weight than the subsections, and there is no spacing or line separator between the categories.
True, selecting one does bolden the font and puts a color marker next to it, but I think it would be better to space the categories a little bit to begin with, as well as maybe already boldening the font, and keeping the color marker (or some highlighting) for when the category is selected.
Here's a quick draft, and here's a gif switching between the two: