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Hmm, the preview version I'm using looks the same as in VS2017. V 16.0.0 Preview 1
Oh I see -- When I right click on a solution and "Add New Project", I get the old dialog.
From File => New, I get the flat dialog.
Gads, and whoever mapped the filtering doesn't make it easy. So I want to pick a .NET Core project, so I selected C# and IoT. Nothing listed. But if I pick C# and Linux, I see .NET Core project options.
And why doesn't the pulldown show me the selection? I have to look at the "Filter By:" to see my selection.
Oh geez. And the worst is, this is the design people are going to be copying so they look like MS, no, not Microsoft, simply More Sh*t.
It also fits all the classic trademarks of a good clue so yeah I would say it's a nice first clue. Although the usual suspects must be in meetings this morning as I am surprised it wasn't answered quicker.
Will your wife also be participating in answering too then?
Thanks for that I'm sure she will be pleased to hear that - as for solving them she would have to open an account here and she is not a techie so I doubt it, also she could then see what I post on here :=)
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Default browser isn't enough.
Open Settings, and select the Home page via the icon on the left.
Click on "Apps" - you should be on "Apps and features".
Scroll to the bottom of the page (you can hover the mouse over the scroll bar to do it quickly, or rotate the mouse scroll wheel for around a year - this is an UWP app, so it doesn't work very well)
UNder "Change app defaults", click "Open Default app settings".
Scroll down to the bottom, and click "Set defaults by app"
Scroll down interminably to "Microsoft Edge". Click it (I know, I know: that's a horrible thought - but it won't open the execrable app, honest).
Click "Manage" and you should be able to change the defaults.
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