domeforaklondikebar9 karma2019-08-22 18:37:48 UTC
Since most people have questions about the backend, I’ll be the dude with a basic question about the UI. Is part of the design roadmap going to include a more compact UI?
At the moment you guys add more padding around each button than Google does and excessive padding is basically their design philosophy.
Since a lot of laptops still use 16:9, and not that many have high res displays, taking at least slightly less vertical space with the search bar + tabs + a fav bar is nice, but at the moment Chromium Edge has a bigger UI than old Edge, Chrome, and Firefox‘s normal density. And shrinking the padding around each button would also keep the Omnibox a bigger target to click even if I have a few extensions next to it.
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domeforaklondikebar6 karma2017-06-21 05:24:13 UTC
Did Interact in high school as well. Our schools was set up poorly because a similar more local club also existed that took the better students, but interacting with other Interact members from the area was a great experience, and definitely recommended for any high schooler reading this.
domeforaklondikebar4 karma2019-08-22 18:38:44 UTC
If you mean the one button on the bar next to the omnibox, it’s back in the most recent builds but it’s not the same as it was on Edge.
domeforaklondikebar2 karma2019-08-22 19:35:38 UTC
Right but regular Edge is probably the most touch supportive browser and it’s UI is still smaller than both Chrome and new Edge.
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