As an Android user who uses the OS-level 3-button navigation mode with Roon ARC, I want to be able to see the 3-button navigation bar on Android while using Roon ARC so that I can quickly switch back and forth between Roon ARC and other apps without first having to swipe up from the bottom.
Roon ARC seems to use the
SYSTEM_UI_FLAG_HIDE_NAVIGATION flag to hide the navigation bar. Either removing this or at least setting it based on a user preference would significantly improve my user experience with Roon ARC.
Not seeing the back button at the bottom stuns me every single time!
Yep, I agree. Got my vote.
One thing I also want to point out is that this is an accessibility issue. Forcing users to use gesture-based navigation makes functionality inaccessible to those with motor function difficulties, such as people with Parkinson’s disease.
Hiding the nav elements is a bit too frustrating for me. Looking forward to this being resolved in a future release.
How come there are not more people talking about this, and why is it not fixed yet?
This is pretty annoying to say the least and especially inconsistent with the the behavior of the main Roon app.
I very frequently press the middle button thinking it would bring me to my homescreen only to curse again needing to swipe up to show the navigation buttons
Please Roon fix this in Arc it would make the experience so much better for a lot of us, I get that perhaps it looks messy but I generally prefer function over form (an option in Arc settings would be a good middle of the road solution).
Roon are on/have had a well deserved rest over the Festive Holidays. This feature just may not be at the top of their list of features.