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Darkmode is another symptom of systemic failure.
Back then, there where pretty detailed options to set GUI colors and sizes on the OS level and all the software just got themed automatically as everyone just used the OS-specific toolkit.
Now, every app author reinvents the darkmode because widget libraries basically killed OS-level theming by ignoring it.
They can't even configure their own forms. I fear to depend on them for any new feature.
macfanpl1052yAt the end its Atlassian. They do things THEIR way. Not USERS way.
Normal thing for them.
thatDude5612yMaybe you can buy a plug-in from Atlassian that fixes this. That seems to be their business model.
I use the browser-level dark mode in Chrome and Edge - I think it's at
in Chrome, and the corresponding
in Edge. By no means perfect, but better than nothing (for me, at least). You could also apply your own custom CSS at whatever granularity you prefer with an extension like Stylus, but that's work.
devmonster84My friend said an intern designed this UI for an internal site. No. Just... no
bjorngi26The aCalendar app let's you choose vibration pattern, it's one of the better settings I've seen.
aswinmohanme17When you take User Experience to the next level. Just what I was thinking Credits : Riot App