Microsoft plans to add 3D View to Chromium-based Edge

Microsoft is working tirelessly to make Chromium-based Edge better than other existing web browsers. The company has already adopted features from the classic Edge and is working on adding some new features as well.

Among the new features that Microsoft is working on, is 3D View. The feature was added by Mozilla to Firefox in the past but was later removed. It allows users to view webpages in three-dimensional mode. Microsoft is currently working on adding the feature to the new Chromium-based Edge. If you’re interested in trying the feature out then you can follow the steps below.

  • Ensure you’re using either Edge Dev or Canary preview build and Enable Developer Tools Experiments in edge://flags page.
  • After browser relaunch, click on Ellipsis > More tools > Developer Tools.
  • Click on three dots icon (…) to customize and control devtools, select “Settings”
  • Select “Experiments” and check “Enable Dom 3D View”.

Once done, you can open any webpage and press Ctrl+Shift+I to open the console and enable “DOM 3D View”. The feature is still in works so it might cause unexpected issues. Microsoft is still working on finalizing the feature for the Edge users.

Via Techdows

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