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Mac version UI feedback

Discussion in 'Editor Workflows' started by Lars-Steenhoff, Feb 13, 2020.

  1. Lars-Steenhoff

    Lars-Steenhoff

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    Here are a couple if thoughts and feedback about the current UI on the Mac.
    • The new grey title bar is not native to Mac, it does not follow the mac title bar color. please allow a preference to switch between native and gray. I know its to match the light and dark theme but the MacOS also has a way to do this. and I like to choose my title bar color from the os. ( Normal native behaviour. )
    • Popup windows are now using native Mac controls ( left side) that is how it should be, thanks.
    • Please allow us to pin popup windows to the top. so they are not behind the main unity window

    2020.1.0a23
    Screenshot 2020-02-13 at 23.45.55.png

    This is 2019 and the title bar is native
    Screenshot 2020-02-13 at 23.42.58.png

    The project window font size on the right side don't match the left side ( inconsistent )
    Screenshot 2020-02-13 at 23.31.08.png

    @willgoldstone
     
    Last edited: Feb 14, 2020
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  2. transat

    transat

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    On the subject of Unity windows on a mac... if possible I'd like a way to allow Unity to be full-screen on both screens when using a dual screen set-up. Currently the 2nd screen only allows a floating panel. Windows from other apps sometimes appears underneath my floating Unity panel (because it hasn't locked off the entire display to itself).
     
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