Customizing your Unite apps

Perhaps the most popular feature of Unite, users have dramatic control over the appearance and functionality of their Unite app. Below we will details some of the main ways this is done.

Customizing the window

Unite 4 Appearance Preferences

Unite allows users to customize the appearance of their Unite app’s windows. To access these settings, in the menu bar go to Your app name → Preferences (⌘ ,) → Appearance. You can also access preferences by clicking the aforementioned preferences button in the control center.

Window Level allows the user to either use their app as a normal macOS app, a floating app, that will always stay on top even if it is not the active window, or a desktop app, that replaces the users wallpaper with the contents of the webpage they are viewing, ****

Window Shadow toggles whether or not the window has the standard macOS shadow behind it.

Window Opacity adjust the opacity of the users window.

Standard Font allows user to change the font of the site within their app.

Window Color allows user to adjust the color of their window title bar instead of the automatically color matched one.

Hide Window Title/Hide Title Icon allow the user to hide or show the title of the app or the app icon in the title bar.

Hide Window Titlebar completely hides the title bar. The Mac window controls can be accessed by hovering over the left corner in this mode.

A Twitter macOS app created in Unite 4 set to dark mode with the window title, icon, and titlebar hidden.

A Twitter app set to dark mode with the window title, icon, and titlebar hidden.

Appearance is new to Unite 4, and allows the user to individually set one of their apps to light/dark mode regardless of the system setting.

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