Maximize ContenttoChrome Ratio Not the Amount of Content on Screen

Maximize Content-to-Chrome Ratio, Not the Amount of Content on Screen
Maximize Content-to-Chrome Ratio, Not the Amount of Content on Screen

One of our readers recently sent us a message complaining about the recent trend of “ horrible menuless windows ,” which he compared with cars where all dashboard functions were hidden in the glove-box compartment. His annoyance had been triggered by the new desktop version of Firefox that “copies the Chrome browser” and hides the menu options under a hamburger icon.

The hamburger menu in Firefox hides all the regular menu options and it replaces the old menu bar at the top of the window.

The hamburger menu is just one incarnation of the current trend to downplay the chrome (UI elements such as buttons, menus, and other widgets) on...






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