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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.
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