Thorough visual refresh, creating an Edge that fully complies with the Fluent Design System design.

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I know that I have seen the new icon system. For non-professional users, what is the most intuitive and smooth design? I think it is "acrylic", we need acrylic, we need XAML controls (such as context menu), without these, I don't understand how this design can be called "Fluent design"?


1.Regarding the sidebar, I noticed that it is trying to be consistent with the new version of the sidebar, but it is still far from it.


This is a new version of the navigation bar style discussed in the XAML/WinUI3 community.


Huge difference, for example, why is there such a huge margin? The character size and line height are also inconsistent, so this doesn’t even look like a company’s product, but Edge copied the Windows design.


2.The second difference is the context menu


This is a discussion about the context menu style in the XAML/WinUI3 community.

This is its style (unfinished)

This is the menu of the new Windows Insider touch keyboard


This is the menu of Edge


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I don't mean to say that you have to make the context menu like this, but if you use XAML controls, its style will automatically change with system updates. I noticed that some menus in Windows 10 2004 have adopted rounded rectangles. Another difference is that the menu has an acrylic effect, which I think is too important. If there is no transparent effect, I think it cannot be called a "fluent design"


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I like the rounded right-click menus and the transparency effect on them

@Shompinice LOL I can't wait to ask you this:





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