If you are an advanced user the Chrome, you probably know about the hidden settings page, the browser chrome: // flags. There is a so-called flag to enable various functions. This component of the program has been available since the first version of Chrome, replenished with new options and has remained unchanged for many years. Chrome Story recently discovered resource request Chromium Gerrit entitled “Redesign page chrome: // flags».
Here is a list of changes that are expected in the near updating the page with hidden Chrome settings:
- Improved responsive design for mobile devices. Large controls
- Simplified warning
- Adding a search engine for functions, a significant improvement in search on mobile devices
- Creating separators for flags: Available (available) and Unavailable (N)
- Updated modern color scheme and typography
- Display on the Chrome version number page
As you can see, preparing significant changes in functional terms, as well as in design. In particular, improvements include a search for a specific function. Now, when a company transfers all of its products to the “material” design, it is quite logical to assume that the page chrome: // flags will also receive the appropriate update. This hints and one of the CSS files with the name text_defaults_md.css ( «md», probably means the Material Design).