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Rounded Corners May Just Be What Windows 10 Needs

App windows have new features like rounded corners and a menu with snap layouts that your app will automatically receive in most cases. If you've customized your window or title bar, you might need to do some work to make sure these new features are supported.

Rounded Corners May Just Be What Windows 10 Needs


We rounded the corners of window borders in Windows 11. Our user research team found that rounded geometry psychologically provides a feeling of safety and makes the app's UI much easier to scan. This makes users feel less intimidated and the app feel more engaging. The amount of rounding was also carefully chosen. We worked across the company and user research to balance between feeling professional and being softer and more inviting.

Open a new PowerPoint presentation. Using the Insert tab on the main menu bar, click on Shapes and then Rectangles, and choose Rectangle: rounded corners.

The latest round of leaks reveals more of the Windows 10X Sun Valley Update and its new Action Center (notification center) redesign, as well as new images of the upcoming app dialog box with rounded corners.

Roughly two weeks ahead of its Build 2021 developer conference, Microsoft accidentally shared a screenshot of an upcoming feature for developers. In a blog post for developers, Microsoft accidentally posted a screenshot of Windows apps dialog box with rounded corners.

It seems that a large part of the problem is that setting the table to have rounded corners does not affect the corners of the corner td elements. If the table was all one color, this wouldn't be a problem since I could just make the top and bottom td corners rounded for the first and last row respectively. However, I am using different background colors for the table to differentiate the headings and for striping, so the inner td elements would show their rounded corners as well.

table border-collapse: separate; border-spacing: 0; width: 100%; table td, table th border-right: 1px solid #CCC; border-top: 1px solid #CCC; padding: 3px 5px; vertical-align: top; table td:first-child, table th:first-child border-left: 1px solid #CCC; table tr:last-child td, table tr:last-child th border-bottom: 1px solid #CCC; table thead + tbody tr:first-child td border-top: 0; table thead td, table th background: #EDEDED; /* complicated rounded table corners! */ table thead:first-child tr:last-child td:first-child border-bottom-left-radius: 0; table thead:first-child tr:last-child td:last-child border-bottom-right-radius: 0; table thead + tbody tr:first-child td:first-child border-top-left-radius: 0; table thead + tbody tr:first-child td:last-child border-top-right-radius: 0; table tr:first-child td:first-child, table thead tr:first-child td:first-child border-top-left-radius: 5px; table tr:first-child td:last-child, table thead tr:first-child td:last-child border-top-right-radius: 5px; table tr:last-child td:first-child, table thead:last-child tr:last-child td:first-child border-bottom-left-radius: 5px; table tr:last-child td:last-child, table thead:last-child tr:last-child td:last-child border-bottom-right-radius: 5px; Table Head Table Data

Here is a recent example of how to implement a table with rounded-corners from -ui-kit/demo.html. It's based on the special selectors suggested by Joel Potter above. As you can see, it also includes some magic to make IE a little happy. It includes some extra styles to alternate the color of the rows:

Some of the other answers are good, but none of them consider you using thead, tbody and tfoot. Or cases, when you can either combination of those. And when you apply them, you can get some unnecessary rounding or borders.Thus I tried adjusting css-only answer from @NullUserException and this is what I got:

But thanks for your effort in giving us ex-Freehanders a library of rounded corner styles until Adobe gets their act together and allows all of us to selectively apply rounded corners in AI, without all of the tedious workaround and frustration.

Why take all these steps to add multiple fills and transformations when you can just simply draw a rounded rectangle and then just attack the sides with an Erase marquee? Done in a few seconds and then you can add that as a Graphic Style.

The churn in methodologies and libraries is real, coupled with utter lack of messaging around what is the one true approach, and at this point I am just tired. Instead of focusing on adding value to my app users, I need to spend days fighting Windows APIs on the off chance that I picked the wrong .NET type of framework to build my app with. I should just write everything in C++ using the lowest level of APIs possible to make sure that I am not painting myself into a corner.

Apart from the rounded corners, the most striking visual difference in Windows 11 is the updated taskbar and Start menu. Taskbar icons are now centrally aligned by default. This can be changed to left alignment if you wish.

When using Windows 11 in tablet mode, the desktop looks the same but with just a bit more space between icons on the taskbar to make Windows 11 more touch friendly. And there are bigger touch targets and visual cues to make moving and resizing windows easier.

If you want different corners on your image to be rounded differently from each other, it's possible to target them individually. In the previous examples, when you declare one value for border-radius, it applies that to all the corners. But you can list out four different values for the different corners.

Windows 11 brings a brand-new, more Mac-like interface to the OS. It features a clean design with rounded corners and pastel shades. The iconic Start menu also moves to the center of the screen along with the Taskbar. But you can move those back to the left, where they are in Windows 10, if you prefer.

Windows 11 is a mixed bag. On the one hand, many people would be happier sticking with Windows 10. On the other hand, there are some solid reasons to upgrade to Windows 11 right now, including better window snapping options, more control over virtual desktops and fresh design flourishes such as rounded corners on windows.

In Windows 10, when you right-click a file, you'll see just about every possible program you can open it with, along with a slew of other options that depend on what apps you have installed. In Windows 11, you see a maximum of five choices for files and not necessarily the most useful choices. If you want to see all the choices, you have to click "Show more options" or hit Shift + F10.

You want the ribbon? You can't handle the ribbon or, at least, that's what Microsoft thinks. In File Explorer for Windows 11, the company has gotten rid of the ribbon and buried many of the options where it's harder to find them. For example, with the ribbon in Windows 10's File Explorer, you can find the options to open the navigation pane or details pane under the View tab. But in Windows 11, you have to open the View submenu and then the show menu and it's just less intuitive.

In both Windows 11 and 10, all the windows for one program are represented by a single taskbar button. So, if you have four Chrome browser windows open, there's just one for all of them. However, in Windows 10, there was an option to give each Window its own button, complete with the window title in it. In Windows 11, that option is gone.

When Manuel uses the Text Box tool on the Insert tab of the ribbon, Word allows him to draw a text box anywhere in his document. This text box is always rectangular, but Manuel wonders if there is a way to create a text box that has rounded corners.

As you see, the selected rectangle (the just-drawn rectangle is always selected) shows three handles in three of its corners. In fact, these are four handles, but two of them (in the top right corner) overlap if the rectangle is not rounded. These two are the rounding handles; the other two (top left and bottom right) are resize handles.

Often, the radius and shape of the rounded corners must be constant within the entire composition, even if the sizes of the rectangles are different (think diagrams with rounded boxes of various sizes). Inkscape makes this easy. Switch to the Selector tool; in its Tool Controls bar, there's a group of four toggle buttons, the second from the left showing two concentric rounded corners. This is how you control whether the rounded corners are scaled when the rectangle is scaled or not.

Note how the size and shape of the rounded corners is the same in all rectangles, so that the roundings align exactly in the top right corner where they all meet. All the dotted blue rectangles are obtained from the original red rectangle just by scaling in Selector, without any manual readjustment of the rounding handles.

Now the rounded corners are as different as the rectangles they belong to, and there isn't a slightest agreement in the top right corner (zoom in to see). This is the same (visible) result as you would get by converting the original rectangle to a path (Ctrl+Shift+C) and scaling it as path.

As you can see, while a rounded rectangle has straight line segments in its sides and circular (generally, elliptic) roundings, a rounded polygon or star has no straight lines at all; its curvature varies smoothly from the maximum (in the corners) to the minimum (mid-way between the corners). Inkscape does this simply by adding collinear Bezier tangents to each node of the shape (you can see them if you convert the shape to path and examine it in Node tool).

The NVIDIA Control Panel can be used to compensate for overscan by resizing the desktop. This method should be used only if the display setting needs to be fine-tuned after you have changed the overscan setting using the controls on the display, or if the display does not have controls to adjust the overscan.

9Measured diagonally, Galaxy Z Fold4's Cover Screen size is 6.2" in the full rectangle and 6.1" accounting for the rounded corners; actual viewable area is smaller due to the rounded corners and camera hole.

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