Originally Posted by barryl85
I really cant see this 'fixed' navigation bar you guys talk about on the ONE.
Are yous meaning the capacitive buttons? If so they are not part of the screen.
On many apps, not from Google or HTC, you'll get a bar at the bottom of your screen with 3 dots on it. With older apps, you'll recognize it as a "menu button" - the name for the 3 dots is really overflow and the entire space is called the navigation bar.
With apps like the built-in browser or mail, the 3 dots appear as a small button in the upper right instead.
So it's not fixed. But it's very frequent.
Fun fact - I believe you'll find that rather than being capacitive, the buttons are simply pre-set points on the digitizer. Not part of the screen, agreed, but the digitizer extends below the screen to the buttons. Last I checked, that's how the kernel mentioned earlier is allowing the logo to also work as a button.