Light or Dark Backgrounds and Fonts - What Works Best for You

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       #21

    Wynona said:
    So, let's look at some colors . . .

    How does this pink look?

    What about gold?

    Now, let's bold 'em.

    How does this look?

    And the gold.

    Edit Not bad at all.
    What does quoting do here?
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       #22

    Wow, I think @Brink worked some magic on the thread! I do believe the two have been merged as we speak, and moved to Customization in TF!

    Thank you, Sir!
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       #23

    Wynona said:
    Wow, I think @Brink worked some magic on the thread! I do believe the two have been merged as we speak, and moved to Customization in TF!

    Thank you, Sir!
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       #24

    steve108 said:
    What does quoting do here?
    It made 'em a lot brighter; especially the pink. The gold isn't too bad, though.
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       #25

    I use Window Night Light to turn stark refrigerator white into a creamish tone.
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       #26

    ignatzatsonic said:
    I use Window Night Light to turn stark refrigerator white into a creamish tone.
    Nightlight doesn't work for me.
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       #27

    ignatzatsonic said:
    I use Window Night Light to turn stark refrigerator white into a creamish tone.
    Same here.
    I got used to the light themes when I discovered the cream / bisque variations.
    On the web side you have this colors called AntiqueWhite and Bisque that I tend to use in my themes to replace the white.
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       #28

    Wynona said:
    Nightlight doesn't work for me.
    Hmmm...That must be related to the graphics driver or the screen / display one:
    How to Fix Night Light Not Working on Windows 10 - Howtoedge
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       #30

    I usually use the graphics driver to change the colour temperature and that helps a lot for me. I've tried this forum in dark mode but don't like it. Raising the colour temperature helps to stop the 'glare' .

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