while I think the current new UI looks sleek, is there a way to have set it up so that it ‘respects’ the operating systems appearance for windows and does not look out of place?
I am running linux. When I enable the new UI I am greeted with the “Welcome to IJ” window with project selection which looks completely normal.
The project view is a different case though: the main top toolbar “hijacks” the window in order to display controls in the title bar itself. I get the idea but it makes the IDE look completely out of place in comparison to applications as suddenly I have a single application that has a different window style (dark title bar in light theme, different controls for minimizing/maximizing/closing window, ui element in the title bar).
The only related setting I would was whether I want to have the “main menu” expanded permanently or not.
Is there a setting for the new UI to use the new style inside the editor but not overwrite (I am assuming it is hiding the real title bar and painting the “custom one” inside of the window) the native window appearance?