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I kind of like the new silver style but I do not like the new array style.

For instance here is the default layout for a 1D DBL array:

 

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What is that void around the numeric control? It looks like it is floating above the array object...

Wouldn't have been easy to use a style similar to the matrix object? (but limited to 1D):

 

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There is also a frameless numeric control, which is much better for using inside an array.  In fact there is also a Numeric Array in the array controls which has this already set.

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Correct, but I guess I meant that this is a general issue. Example:

 

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Things tend to "float" above the underlying ones, and there is no way to get rid of these annoying gaps to the right and at the bottom (AFAIK)...

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I am adding this remark, which belongs to the gray area between a stylistic feature and a design bug:

 

There is a 2-PIXEL SHIFT between the index display and the silver style array frame:

 

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Of course, this is easily corrected by Edit>> Customize Control and shifting the index:

 

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but why do we have to do that?

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