Do we need #AdwLeaflet:[vh]omogeneous-folded?
This is kinda related to #74 (closed) but also isn't.
Most leaflet (or stack for back/forward navigation as well) are homogeneous, and the primary use cases I've seen for non-homogeneous stacks are:
- Interpolating the height of the popover menus
- Old g-c-c design
interpolate-size=true as well.
Both are very valid for leaflet, however both of those cases are vertical while the transition is horizontal, meanwhile I don't think I've ever seen a stack or leaflet/deck that's not hhomogeneous used for back/forward navigation. I also don't know if it works correctly with leaflet swipes, likely not.
So I wonder if we should:
- Have a single
homogeneous-foldedproperty (or just
homogeneousif we also fix #74 (closed))
- Have it work for the orientation opposite to
- Have the orientation matching
orientationalways be homogeneous
interpolate-size, assume it's always enabled (not sure about this one, though I also don't see a good reason to disable it)