Hi everyone, As we’re approaching the release of the refreshed Unity Editor Theme, it’s important for us to get your feedback. We also want to minimize the impact of updating your editor extensions. To achieve this, it would be very helpful if you could test your extensions with this new Unity build. This refreshed theme comes with a lot of changes to the editor styles and it will affect your UI at varying degrees, more so if you reused Editor styles for purposes other than what they were designed for. Here’s a transition guide to help you fix the most common issues we have found so far. If you encounter any issues related to the look and feel that cannot be fixed with minor style update to your extension, please report them in this thread. Here’s where you can get the latest editor build containing the refresh theme. Please remember this is an experimental build and can be unstable. Here are the goals we've defined for the effort: Quality: We want Unity to be experienced as a modern and professional software offering that is maintained, trustworthy and capable, rather than old or outdated. Familiarity: Aligned with the Unity brand and familiar to users of other DCC software in the industry. Accessibility: An accessible user interface that’s open to a wider range of users and designed with all abilities in mind. Improve Usability: Clearer interface, visual hierarchy, legibility and streamlined workflows to help users focus on completing tasks and create content efficiently. The preview that we’ve shared in this thread is just the beginning. It’s a work in progress and not representative of what the final product will look like when we ship it. We know we still have a lot of work to do. Evolving the Unity UX is a very iterative process and your feedback is essential to help us achieve our goals. Thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts and please keep it coming. We’re listening and iterating fast based on your input and will keep you posted as we progress from here.