I’m using the ShinyLookAndFeel on my mac windows for the first time, and I"m noticing some oddities that might confuse users:
1)When the juce window isn’t activated, the close/minimize buttons are still colored instead of being grey as they are in real system windows. This makes it harder for a user to find the active window.
2)When a juce window is active, the buttons aren’t as bright as the system provided buttons, so they still appear to be deactivated somehow.
3)The close/minimize buttons get even brighter when the mouse moves over them, unlike system windows.
4)System windows don’t show the “x” or “-” symbols inside them until they’re moused over. Juce windows show the icon inside all the time.
I don’t think 3 and 4 are as important as 1 and 2. I think those two items combine to make it more difficult to know which window is foremost, and hard to tell if a window is active or not.
Is the goal of ShinyLookAndFeel to provide a more Mac-like interface? If so, could it be made to mimic that look a little more closely?