The new menu on Windows is a kind of a little too big, specially on non-touch displays, which requires the mouse to travel a bit more -- but I like the new look.Oh, and please fix the zoomed in issue/regression present in both the stable and beta channels of Chrome for Android. ¿Por favor?
Please, Please , fix the missing thumbnails in New Tab page.
The Android beta was also updated today to 25....122 not 26 but there's no announcement here yet.
i like old style.
New UI style is totally useless and not confortable for my eyes because menus are too bright and characters seem smaller than before.Moreover mouse has to travel more to click on something... Why such a nonsense from google ???
Yeah, the non-native menu spacing is throwing me off a bit. I don't suppose we can get "comfortable", "cozy", and "compact" settings for Chrome's UI, too? :P
Please don't go forward with the new UI styling of the context menu or at the very least create an option for old and new. It's aesthetically pleasing but functionally retarded. Its more suited for a touch environment and not the traditional desktop environment based on mouse input. The spacing is awkward and dysfunctional in addition to making the context menu too big when correcting spelling errors.
I really try to get used to and like new UI changes, but the styling on this is not appealing. The spacing is what bothers me most, the white is fine. I actually like the idea of the "compact" / "cozy" setting, haha.Maybe some flag to disable the new style? =/
The menu is tooooooo long...Hoping for an option of compact / cozy.
It not just the new spacing in the menu but big spacing in bookmarks as well.
The new UI changes are awful.
Sorry, I generally love the hard work you all put in to Google Chrome, but the new menu/bookmarks spacing sucks.I understand it would be useful for touch displays, but many of us are not using a touch display. Chrome should either recognize the presence (or lack) of a touch display and adjust spacing accordingly, or users should be given the option to choose between the old, native spacing and the wider touch spacing in the browser settings.I can't stress enough how ugly and more difficult to use the new menu spacings are on mouse & keyboard systems. They bothered me enough to track down this blog and comment, and I'm sure there are many many others who are less vocal about their dissatisfaction.
Just want to reiterate what people have already said about the menu spacing - bookmarks, context menu etc; it's just far too big. comfortable, cozy and compact would be brilliant options to add.
What I don't get is that before, it simply used the native OS style. But why was that a problem? If I create a menu on my OS, I *expect* it to look like a menu from my OS.After all, that's the one unifying factor I can aim for in the graphical design of all the menus in my applications, my OS's own style.Why would it be preferable to have a per-application menu style?
Background color of conext menus is changed to white. I didn't liked it! Background color of webpages and conext menus is same. Conflicted. Need contrast. I know, no way back from new UI. At least, add a command-line as "disable-new-dialog-style".
Please provide an option to reduce the spacing on bookmarks. I am having to scroll through lists of bookmarks that used to fit on my screen.
Bookmark spacing is much too big for my desktop. While I see where this would be useful for touch devices, I would prefer an option to make it compact again on desktops.
I think what we really need is custom CSS for menus. Yah....Anyway, the extra spacing is very annoying with mice, and large bookmark folders or context menus are now unwieldy.
I like the new menu look. Microsoft hasn't changed their menu design in almost 20 years! About time someone else does. Stop complaining, you don't have to travel too far with your mouse, maybe you just need to increase the sensitivity on your mouse settings...
Please have an option to put the bookmark spacing back to normal and preferably the menu too. It seems daft to have all that extra white space blinding you and it is slower to use. If this is a feature for touch screens then just enable it for touch screens. I hoped it was an oversight that would be corrected but it has not changed in the latest update
New context menus look awful on windows. When I first saw them I thought it was some buggy extension. Could you add an option to toggle back to use native menus?
New touch "Touch Screen UI" is unusable with non-touch screen. On my 12" laptop it doesnt't fit the screen at all...
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