« Déplacement de la lumière avec Android Q » à Google i/o, probablement à emporter…

« Moving Away from the Light with Android Q » at Google I/O, likely showing off how developers can integrate system-dark mode into their apps

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« moving Away from the Light avec Android Q » à Google i/o, susceptible de montrer comment les développeurs peuvent intégrer système-dark mode dans leurs applications

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  1. This drives me insane. When Android came out, everything was dark mode and most things you could adjust the colors on. Apple was dark mode as well.

    Then everything went white, and when it went white, they removed the ability to change your theme colors. If you were visually impaired (like me, no bright lights please, wear sunglasses on cloudy days) you had to hack your phone to be able to use it, or your other option would be to look at negatives of photos when you « reverse colors » who the hell sees in negative?

    Now we have this big « Oh my good! they are giving us dark mode! » event.

    They should have never taken it away.

  2. Am I missing something? The « night » resource attribute has existed since like forever and you could toggle system dark mode since API versions 23-28 (P). Why is Google only now showing off dark-mode?

  3. I got tired of the Phone app and I think Messages starting with a white theme and then immediately applying the dark them. It really looks sorry of half baked. Now I’m searing my eyeballs with white mode only.

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