Did some more work on `enough.dark.css`. Its goal is to add minimal styling, much like the browser’s defaults, but for dark mode.
So far, that means fixing the colors for illegible links, and updating `<hr>` borders to look okay on dark backgrounds.
Since the reactions to this were overwhelmingly positive (thanks all), I’m pondering spending 124 bytes to support dark mode in enough.css.
Here’s what I came up with so far. I’d love to know what you think! https://github.com/jeffkreeftmeijer/enough.css/pull/2
When in “Dark mode” on macOS, would you prefer to have websites or blogs adopt a dark theme as well?
I feel like although there’s a media query to allow for this `@media (prefers-color-scheme: dark)`, it’s rarely used. Is that because it’s more work, or is it just a Bad Idea™?
I just released Shine 0.1.0! Features:
- Runs EUnit test suites in both Gleam and Erlang projects
- Finds and loads tests to run automatically through rebar3
- Prints how many tests were run, and how many failed
- Returns non-zero exit codes in case of failures (for CI)
On the ground floor the wall-to-wall carpet, radiators, door- and window frames, paneling, everything is painted in shades of green. A brave choice. I love it.
It might be overkill for a color scheme, but I’m trying this for Dim. The recommended way to install Dim is cloning the `1.x` branch:
git clone --branch 1.x email@example.com:jeffkreeftmeijer/vim-dim.git ~/.vim/pack/plugins/start/vim-dim
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