There's a dark forum theme available now!


#1

After what seems like years (because it has been years), Discourse finally added a theme option.

You can now select between the standard Manjaro forum theme and this rather darker alternative:

Have a look through your user preferences - it’s in there. :wink:

I’m still tweaking the theme - please provide any feedback (and report any issues) in #meta:site-feedback!


#2

my eyes love it :heart_eyes:


#3

Great, but what in the picture above seems like white text on green boxes (tags/labels of topics) on my view seem like white blocks of white text. Only by blocking it can I see what would be inside the block. Now that may be an incompatibility with my dark LXDE theme whithin the browser I use, I don’t know.

Do you dark users see green or white blocks below each topic title?


#4

I can’t find it… Somebody hold my hand… It has been a long very hot day :smiley:

:Edit: Forget it - it just appeared.


#5

You click top right on user icon, hit the gear for preference, bottom choice for interface, then the option as default Manjaro you switch to Manjaro dark.

Here is what I was talking about before:


#6

The same issue here (chromium and firefox).


#7

Same here with google chrome… Unreadable white boxes


#8

Opera as well…


#9

Vivaldi also.


#10

i use @maxigaz 's dark theme works fine


#11

Great theme and indeed good for my eyes.


#12

Awesome, my eyes just loved. Nice work!!!


#13

\m/


#14

Love the dark theme! Only problem I can see are the unreadable tags which appear as white blocks (Vivaldi).


#15

Thanks so much @jonathon :smiley: I think it still needs a little work regarding the boxes issue mentioned earlier and perhaps something to more clearly separate posts but it is really good to have this option, thanks again :slight_smile:


#16

The tags are readable under Opera… Thanks


#17

You get a tweak,

you get a tweak,

everybody gets a tweak!


#18

Works 100% now on google chrome!
Thanks


#19

Thanks jonathon
Another great contribution.


#20

Works great on Chromium.

Although this light green on green (2 new or updated topics …) looks kinda odd,

white would be better.