Hopefully, Samsung will see the folly in limiting the customization options for the navigation bar background and bring them back in a future update.For those wondering, yes, the new update does bring the latest security patch.When hidden, the bar can be restored by swiping up from the bottom of the screen.

Well, at least when it comes to the choice of color for the navigation bar’s background, as there is no longer an option to choose a custom color from an RGB scale.

In fact, Samsung has switched up the available background colors, and the worst of it is that you can no longer use a fully black navigation bar background.

I’ve gotten a few tips from folks that received their update overnight, but if your GS8 or GS8 hasn’t yet gotten its update, you can go into your Settings app to check for it yourself.

UPDATE: 3RD REVISION AUGUST 2016 Since the “Menus” were introduced in Word Press 3.0 it has become really easy to change any item in the navigation bar.

As part of a recent software update, a new circle is visible on the far left of the navigation bar.

Tapping the circle will hide the navigation bar, and tapping it again will lock it in place.The update is available in a handful of markets right now and should be expanding to more countries in the coming days.After years of sticking to physical navigation buttons, Samsung finally switched to a virtual navigation bar on the Galaxy S8.Plus, learn how to edit existing webpages and add and modify web parts—without the need for HTML.Finally, to help with end-user adoption, Mark shows you how to create some of the most popular views. Go back to Manage Locations and assign your newly named Menu to a location.