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Curious if anyone has examples of the alpha navigation used in iPhone apps to jump quickly through long lists, but implemented in the browser? Think - a mobile browser version of where you can jump quickly to Smith by tapping the "S" in the alpha list at the right.

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I've seen this in one of Google's labs products, but I can't remember which one... anyone know? – Rahul Oct 15 '10 at 15:17
I found one example on After you get through their login captcha, hit your Contacts list. Its not very user friendly though. It works with a touch but you can't slide on it so it loses the fluidity that makes it useful on the app side. – VinnieFM Oct 15 '10 at 16:48
Try asking this question in StackOverflow... – Marcos Crispino Oct 20 '10 at 12:49 – ArchieVersace Oct 21 '10 at 7:55