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Slapped a dark mode on my sites

2024-04-10 20:35:38.218973+02 by Dan Lyke 4 comments

Slapped a dark mode on Flutterby.com and Flutterby.net. Not sure I like it.

And at some point if the tuits align I could stand to re-skin all the things, but... yeah... web content is kinda down on my list of things to fight these days.

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#Comment Re: Slapped a dark mode on my sites made: 2024-04-10 22:44:23.432465+02 by: meuon

after my cataracts were removed, I turned down my screens and have become a dark mode fan.

#Comment Re: Slapped a dark mode on my sites made: 2024-04-10 23:32:21.562694+02 by: Dan Lyke [edit history]

I've been a dark mode fan since green CRTs, and I used to have a cookie+CGI generated CSS thing to do dark mode (long enough ago that I'm sure it was in a different revision control system), just finally added the bare minimum in the CSS.

#Comment Re: Slapped a dark mode on my sites made: 2024-04-11 15:10:26.428552+02 by: markd

I liked dark mode on CRTs because there was actual contrast. These days, the fairly low contrast of modern dark modes just gives me headaches.

#Comment Re: Slapped a dark mode on my sites made: 2024-04-15 04:05:22.6272+02 by: concept14

I appreciate it.

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