Andres,I think we are all trying to put these links in the masthead and that part is clear from the PatternFly examples and docs. Matt's point below about options, ordering, etc. is what I think we're interested in seeing if we can standardize on.Looking at various examples, they look quite different (i.e. order of the items, icons to use, whether user name is to be displayed or not).- CatherineOn Thu, Oct 20, 2016 at 7:51 PM, Andres Galante <agalante redhat com> wrote:Hi Matt, I believe that both the horizontal and vertical Nava have those utility links on the masthead.
On Thursday, 20 October 2016, Catherine Robson <crobson redhat com> wrote:I have a variety happening across projects as well Matt. We generally show user as the right-most item, but then what happens is up for grabs project by project for the most part. I think it also tends to vary based on height of the area where the username is placed. We have a variety of headers in play in general, some shorter and some taller.On Thu, Oct 20, 2016 at 3:43 PM, Matt Carrano <mcarrano redhat com> wrote:MattWelcome any examples of how you've handled this on your projects, also.I am working on the Tendrl (Storage) console project and need to define utility links for the right hand side of the masthead. Specifically we need links for About, Notifications, and User.Do we have a standard for this? I know we did at one time , but I can't find anything on the site. Looking at various examples, they look quite different (i.e. order of the items, icons to use, whether user name is to be displayed or not).
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