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OS X style searchbox

By: OSH Editorial    In: Forms

Karma - Responsive bootstrapped webapp

The OS X search box is an integral part of the OS X UI, and can be seen in a wide range of Macintosh software. It has an magnifying glass icon on the left of the input field, which serves as a pulldown for options/recent search terms.

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There is an optional placeholder (”Google” in the Safari Google search box). If there is user input in the textfield, a ‘clear’ button appears to the right of the text.

See a demo here

Written by: OSH Editorial

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May 22, 2019

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