|author||Mitchell Goodwin <58190796+MitchellGoodwin@users.noreply.github.com>||Wed Nov 30 16:28:04 2022 -0700|
|committer||GitHub <email@example.com>||Wed Nov 30 16:28:04 2022 -0700|
Update CupertinoContextMenu to iOS 16 visuals (#110616) * Update CupertinoContextMenu to iOS 16 visuals * Revert some formatting * Remove space * Remove formatting changes, add more comments * Added shadow effect * Update context menu tests * Remove white spaces * Remove unused variable * Refactor type checking logic * Set default previewBuilder and update tests * Check for border radius * Remove trailing spaces * Add builder to constructor * Update previewBuilder Rebase to master * Update builder and tests * Remove trailing spaces * Update examples * Refactor builder * Update builder to use one animation * Update scale * Change deprecation message, remove white spaces * Change deprecation message * Change deprecation message * Change deprecation message * Update documentation * Update documentation * Update documentation and examples * Update documentation and examples * Remove white spaces * Remove white spaces * Remove const * Address linting errors * Seperate builder into own constructor * Remove trailing characters * Formatting changes * Remove white spaces * Change ignore comment * Add TODO * Remove whitespace
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