I understand there are a few topics about the recent changes to how tibbles are printed (using pillar) and how not everyone is happy with those changes.
The solution appears to be that options are added to change how tibbles are printed.
I'm not sure whether I'm a big fan of that solution. There are multiple things that I do not like about the new printing defaults, which means I need to change multiple options at the start of my script just to get data to print in my expected way.
I also regularly teach R, so I do not want to change these defaults outside of a script, as this may cause unexpected behavior with my students.
Some examples I don't like about the new printing: negative numbers are red and numbers are truncated. It seems overly opinionated to say that negative numbers always have to stand out.
Normally I'm very happy with the opinionated defaults of the tidyverse, but this one is too bold for me. I'm quite curious to see what the general opinion is here.