Re: gnumeric dark theme

I am also interested in a dark theme for Gnumeric.
My only comment is, it would be awesome if the light-on-dark colors were not full white on full black, but rather something like a very light grey on a very, very dark grey.
I feel it makes a huge difference.
Many tools and themes from the Linux world interpret "dark theme" as #FFFFFF on #000000, which I feel is just too harsh.
Github, Google News are websites which added dark themes with very sane color choices.


On Tue, Feb 16, 2021 at 4:17 PM Morten Welinder <mortenw gnome org> wrote:
I have code that can detect whether a theme is dark.  (It's a
heuristic -- looks at the
foreground colour; if that is light, the theme is probably dark.  For
the sake of argument,
assume it works.)

I could use that to load a "gnumeric-dark.css" file instead, but that
leaves the question
of what to put into such a file.  I would probably add a
gnumeric-common.css file too,
just so we don't have to repeat everything.

Do you have a suggestion about what should go into there?

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