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Created by Gabriel Verreault
Created on Aug 20, 2022

Dark Mode (theme) for PSE and SMT

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  • Kelsey Bobeck
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    Oct 17, 2023

    With setting every other app I can to dark mode, it's quite a jolt to open up PSE and SMT. It also causes a lot of eye strain, as I can only turn down my brightness so far and make my screen color so warm. Please add this (especially for the night owls like myself)

  • Guest
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    Jun 12, 2023

    Working with PI late night is painfull. At first, GUI is outdated a little. Secondary, dark mode, or some custom themes it's a great idea, most of software have this feathure now.

  • Ondřej Kafna
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    Oct 24, 2022

    The trend is going dark. Using dark mode as much as I can on my computer. Opening PISMT in dark room will make you blind :)

  • Asle Frantzen
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    Aug 20, 2022
    I am using dark mode in most applications I use on a daily basis. Chrome with Dark Reader, Visual Studio, MS Teams, MS Office, etc. and it's really only PI System Explorer standing out with its white background.
  • PeterLiu
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    Aug 20, 2022
    Please do a visual refresh of SMT and PSE