Xcode and Safari sport Touch Bar items to navigate back and forth. Have a close look: When you put two
NSTouchBarItems next to each other, there usually is a gap. Between the navigation controls, there is a mere hairline divider, but not the regular fixed-width space. They are not realized via
NSSegmentedControl, though. Compare the navigation buttons with the system-wide controls far to the right: volume, brightness, play/pause. (I'm listening to the 1980s Pop Radio on Apple Music at the moment, in case you're curious.) The system controls are a
NSSegmentedControl. They have rounded corners for the whole control, while the navigation buttons have rounded corners for every button. Also, the navigation buttons have the default button width.
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