On Jun 24, 2021, at 1:22 AM, Rick Mann <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
On Jun 23, 2021, at 21:00 , Leo <email@example.com> wrote:I filed a bug about this.
The problem with Navigator/Inspector panes introduced in Xcode 12 is now fixed. As I'm sure you know, in Xcode 12 the state and position of panes wasn't saved with a particular tab, like in earlier versions, but changed globally instead. In Xcode 13 the normal behavior is restored.
For example, I can have the Navigator pane hidden in my xib tab (as I never need it there), while having Navigator shown in other tabs etc. Yay. Can now work normally like before.
Also, the project name with icon is now restored in the toolbar.
Not so good:
I'm not impressed with the new file and framework icons, but it's a minor thing.
The big problem is that they removed color from the folder icons and they are now grayscale.
WHY? Not a single user ever asked to make folder icons less visible and more boring, as well as uglier. In BigSur, Apple finally did something right at and restored colors in sidebar icons almost everywhere. And yet Xcode team now does exactly the opposite.
But my Bug Sur Finder sidebar has similar icons.
I abhor the flat look, and the astonishingly awful lack of contrast in Bug Sur.
I’m with you 100%.
And email in Big Sur? It’s an exercise in removing useful information. I keep machines around with Sierra and High Sierra on it to use less annoying UI.
Why Apple started using the disabled gray color for the command keys is monumentally stupid. Every time I look at a command key for a menu item in Xcode, my first reaction is “why is this disabled?"