MemberOctober 14, 2021 at 11:07 am
Thats actually a really good example. Word is created by microsoft but it has the ability for scripting and plugins to change things or add features. This comes with security risks so it might not be allowed anyway but theoretically they could let you add buttons and screens into the UI. Google chrome is another example. It would need sandboxing so you cant mess up the core functions and honestly would probably be more hassle than its worth but it is theoretically possible. This kind of openness would complicate software and I think isn’t a great use of limited funds but it is possible (maybe part of UI 2.0 in a few years).