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  1. Chrome OS may finally be getting a dark mode It’s apparently not available in stable versions of the OS yet Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Chrome OS may finally be getting a dark mode, but so far it’s only been spotted in its experimental Canary channel, Android Central reported. Before you go tinkering with Canary just be advised: Canary is Google’s “bleeding edge” Chrome OS path, which receives daily updates of features before they’ve been widely tested. It can only be acc
  2. Alanon

    Nsane Dark 2.0

    At the behest of @Karlston, this is going to be a mini overview on theming Nsane through some basic CSS in order to customise the look and feel of our favourite website. As previously noted, the colour palette was originally posted on Nsane by a different user, and I have kept using and improving it. This here is a full revision due to the IPS 4.5 upgrade, which makes it much easier for anyone to theme websites and/or alter existing themes. (Here is an image album with some screenshots of what everything looks like.) Basically, you can freely download my version and use just that, or keep on r
  3. Windows 10 dark mode is finally getting improved Time for dark theme to shine (Image credit: Shutterstock; Future) Windows 10’s dark mode, also known as the dark theme, has been a part of the operating system for a while now, and a new update looks like it will finally fix some of the annoyances many of us have had with it. The Windows 10 dark mode has been criticised for its inconsistency. When applied, some parts of Windows 10 and its apps get the dark theme, but other parts of the OS keep their bright white background
  4. Google begins rolling out dark mode support for Sheets, Docs, and Slides Google is beginning to roll out dark theme support to Sheets, Docs, and Slides on Android starting today. The apps have been one the holdouts for dark theme support, with the search giant bringing the theme to its other services and offerings such as the Google app. The company says that the dark theme will “intelligently adjust the product interface and user-generated content” to make the app more usable in darker environments. Once the feature is made available, the apps will obey the
  5. Facebook is introducing a dark mode for mobile Users reported seeing the dark mode interface on iOS Illustration by James Bareham / The Verge After launching a dark mode for its desktop interface, Facebook confirms it is testing a dark mode for its mobile apps as well. As first noted by SocialMedia Today, Facebook has made the dark mode available to a very small percentage of people globally, a spokesperson told The Verge in an email Sunday. The mobile version of the dark mode Facebook introduced last month for desk
  6. Google is testing dark mode for Search on the web through a Chrome flag on Android Google recently began rolling out a dark theme to the Google app on Android. The theme helps with cutting down the brightness in the app when users view it in the dimly lit conditions and was a nifty addition for those that prefer that theme. However, the search giant has also been working on bringing a dark mode to the Google.com website’s search results page. Interestingly, a code change (spotted by 9to5Google) in Chromium last month suggested that the dark themed webpage would be t
  7. The reports of Google Chrome dark mode initially appeared online after Google was spotted working on a dark theme specifically for macOS Mojave. The dark themed Google Chrome offers a comfortable browsing experience and it looks like the browser will finally work with Windows 10’s system-wide dark mode. Yesterday, we reported that Google Chrome is set to get a native dark mode on Windows 10 and today users have discovered a simple trick to enable Google Chrome dark mode on Windows desktops. Senior Chrome Engineer Peter Kasting has confirmed the ongoing developm
  8. How to Enable the Dark Mode in Mozilla Firefox Settings UI Dark modes are the new big thing in terms of software user interface, and pretty much every developer out there considers adding one to their apps. Large companies like Google and Microsoft made a huge progress in this regard, so Windows 10, for example, comes with its very own dark mode to make the OS overall easier on the eye during the night. Mozilla is one of the companies that are still working on refining the dark theme in their software, and Firefoxis set to improve even more in the upcomin
  9. Here’s how you can get Dark Mode on Chromium-based Microsoft Edge Last night Microsoft released the first build of Chromium-based Microsoft Edge for Windows 10 users. The first build focuses more on the overall stability of the browser than on the features. The new Edge still misses out on many features including the support for Dark Mode. However, users can enable Dark Mode using Flags. The current flag allows users to set the th
  10. Perfect for late-night Insta binges. Following the introduction of Apple's system-wide dark mode on iOS 13 and a similar feature in Android 10, users have been able to switch to a white-on-black theme for their system elements and for supported apps. Now, Instagram is going over to the dark side as well, offering a dark mode in its app for both mobile operating systems. Instagram's dark mode is responsive to the iOS or Android system settings.
  11. At the end of a robotic test, the difference was considerable. Dark mode is a key feature on iOS 13, but can it really extend your iPhone's battery life? If it's an OLED model, the answer seems to be a firm yes, according to tests done by PhoneBuff. They used robotic devices to perform identical tasks on two iPhone XS test devices, one in light and one in dark mode. That included watching a YouTube video, using Twitter, navigating with Google Maps and chatting on the Messages app. At the end of the test th
  12. How to enforce Dark Mode in many apps on Android Lately, I have been switching programs and applications over to Dark Mode whenever possible on my Android devices to save battery and improve visibility especially in the morning and at night. Some applications do support dark themes or dark mode, and Android does too natively. On my Google Pixel 3a, one of the first things that I did was enable Dark Mode in the Settings. Several native applications, including Settings, Google Chrome, or the Play Store applications started to switch to Dark Mode automatically when I made
  13. Edge, both in its UWP form and the new Chromium-based version, has supported dark mode for some time, but it only applies to the browser interface itself, and not web content. However, as spotted by eagle-eyed Reddit user Leopeva64-2 (via OnMSFT), Microsoft has added a flag in the latest Canary build of Edge that lets users force web content to be displayed in dark mode. Many websites (like Neowin) already offer a built-in dark theme, and there's also a number of extensions that can force websites to display in dark mode, but it's still interesting to see the feature being implemen
  14. The Dark Mode craze may do more harm than good – this is why Developers need to go dark on the feature Dark Mode in iOS 13 (Image credit: Apple) The hot new topic in terms of smartphone and computer software right now is Dark Mode, an optional system look that flips the colours of an app or operating system to make it, well, dark. Instagram has a dark mode, as does Chrome, WhatsApp, Gmail, and iOS 13, and it seems apps and developers are tripping over themselves to create a new dark mode for their software.
  15. Gmail's Dark mode goes missing for some Android users The Dark mode in the official Gmail app for Android has mysteriously gone missing for some people. Many Android users have taken to Twitter to complain about the missing dark theme in the app. Users are complaining that their Gmail app has automatically reverted to the light theme and the option to enable Dark mode has gone missing from the Settings menu. While complaints are largely coming from Pixel owners, some OnePlus device owners also seem to be affected. Some us
  16. Android 11 could add Dark mode scheduling With Android 10, Google got around to finally adding a system-wide Dark mode to the OS. However, the company did not add an option to automatically enable or disable Dark mode depending on the time of the day or based on sunrise/sunset. This was an odd omission on Google's part especially since the feature was already present in one of the beta builds of Android 10. The company then went on to remove it citing issues with UI redraw that could lead to scrolling position and entered text in a list vanishing
  17. WhatsApp dark mode now available for iOS and Android Facebook finally says hello to darkness WhatsApp is finally getting a new dark mode on iOS and Android today. After months of beta testing on both mobile operating systems, the WhatsApp dark mode will be available for all users today. If you already have dark mode enabled at the system level on iOS 13 or Android 10, then WhatsApp will automatically switch over. Android 9 users can simply enable a new dark theme in the WhatsApp settings menu. Face
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