Build 220.127.116.11 is now available for Edge Insiders within the Microsoft Edge Dev Channel. This latest build features a large number of improvements and stability fixes but also includes new options and functionality relating to the web browser’s light and dark themes.
Here’s the full release notes:
New features and behavior:
- Added an option in Settings to choose between light and dark themes.
- Added the ability to import cookies from the existing version of Edge.
- Added a policy to enable deleting browsing data upon exit.
- Added a policy to prevent downloads from being marked as unsafe when they come from a trusted source.
- Added what version of Edge a management policy is supported on to the list of policies.
- Added dark theme support to the feedback screenshot editor window.
- Added dark theme support to the first-run sign-in popup.
- Added dark theme support to the browser sign in error popup.
- Added a confirmation when enabling sending Do Not Track requests.
Fixes for improved reliability:
- Fixed an issue where Edge Canary crashes on launch on Mac.
- Fixed an issue where saving a PDF file sometimes causes the browser to crash.
- Fixed an issue where navigating between pages in IE mode sometimes crashes the browser.
- Fixed an issue where Netflix would sometimes fail with error D7111-1331.
- Fixed an issue where items on the Favorites Bar sometimes don’t respond to clicks when a folder is open.
- Fixed an issue where syncing sometimes gets stuck in the “Initialization” phase.
- Fixed an issue where signing into the browser sometimes fails.
- Fixed an issue where signing into the browser sometimes fails without showing any error.
- Fixed an issue where websites that were supposed to automatically sign in using the account that the browser is signed in with don’t get signed in properly.
- Fixed an issue where saving PDF files sometimes fails.
- Fixed an issue where zooming in on a PDF sometimes causes form fill to fail.
Fixes for improved behavior:
- Fixed an issue where links that would launch other applications don’t work in IE mode.
- Changed the tiles on the new tab page to show the page’s title when hovering over them instead of the page’s address.
- Removed Read Aloud from browser pages like Settings.
- Fixed an issue where the F12 Dev Tools feedback (smiley face) button sometimes doesn’t work.
- Fixed an issue where PDFs with restrictions (on printing, copying text, etc.) are not getting those restrictions enforced.
- Fixed an issue where PDF scrolling doesn’t work properly on some PDF files.
- Fixed an issue where using the arrow keys to move the text cursor in PDF forms sometimes doesn’t work.
- Fixed an issue where the first run experience showed two checkboxes to allow browsing data to sync across devices.
- Fixed an issue on Mac where the Save Page As command appears twice in the File menu.
- Fixed an issue on Mac where the language the browser is displayed in sometimes isn’t the preferred language as defined by the OS.
- Fixed an issue where an empty tooltip appears when you open a menu like the … menu.
- Fixed an issue where the geolocation usage notification sometimes remains after leaving the website it applied to.
- Fixed an issue where an extra scroll bar sometimes appears in Reading View.
- Fixed an issue where a desktop shortcut is sometimes being created when removing a profile.
- Fixed an issue where dragging and dropping IE mode tabs will sometimes cause them to show the wrong zoom level.
- Fixed an issue where the Downloads page cuts off its content when the window size decreases instead of resizing it.
- Fixed an issue where the sync confirmation dialog isn’t wide enough to fit its contents.
- Fixed an issue where some browser pages like Favorites don’t get dark or light theme applied until the page is refreshed.
- Improved the light theme in the F12 Dev Tools.
- Fixed an issue where some icons like the new tab page icon aren’t properly updating to a lighter color when the browser is switched to dark theme.
- Fixed an issue where the buttons on the PDF toolbar don’t change state when you interact with them.
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