I like using the Dark Theme at night to ease the strain on my eyes but I find there is too much contrast between the black page background and the white font. I want to lighten the page background. Can anyone give me the CSS code for my Stylish script?
Yes, that’s right. I find it a little hard adjusting from a completely white background to a completely black one. Might just be my failing eyesight! I’ve noticed some other software night modes don’t use total black now to soften the contrast. Of course, the alternative is to make the font an off-white shade.
No, true black is what I’m trying to avoid although contrast is less of an issue for me on mobile devices. Looking for a very dark grey colour just to take the edge off the black. Something like #222222
The difference would be subtle I agree but I’ve got a really good monitor and the gradation of shades of grey is clearly visible. I was hoping to get the correct CSS code so I could play around with different hex settings to get the appearance that gave me the best results for my eyesight. Any ideas what it would be?
I have the same issues as @pottster but am less adept at css. By a long way. I can limp along and make minor tweaks via Stylish theme code tweaks for DL but how-where do I access the DL code to make the above changes? I know this is tangential to this thread in a way, but can’t go any farther towards implementing erica’s instructions unless I have more info. Baby steps. Maybe there are others with this same knowledge gap.
Although I usually use default theme, and occassionally a dark theme on specific Dynalist documents only. I don’t know if you change settings a lot from default to dark, but I hardly ever do this. I like some documents to be dark theme only, everything else as light default theme
Many thanks (again) Vincent. Going back to school now! I look forward to digging in and feel sure I’ll be scratching my head AND having AHA! moments in the process. I learn something every time I have a “problem” and all the more, when there are willing teachers. Your help is most encouraging and hopeful towards knowing more tomorrow than I do today–even at almost 70!