Windows 10 has a Dark mode and that is set on my PC, but it isn't influencing XYplorer, any idea why?jaywalker32 wrote:It's an actual screenshot. I'm using Windows 8.1 with the Penumbra custom theme. Then it's just the list and tree background colors changed to match the theme.vijer wrote:How did you achieve this look? Is it an actual screen shot or photoshop?
Will this be a full fledged free-form theme-based solution or 'just' (which IS a great addiction, have to say) a single hi-contrast alternate shell, Don?admin wrote:It's still in the making... this is not a small feature... you will be informed when it's there.
Due to some issues I've lost several 'minor' improvements I made over my XY usage over the years, but one thing I'm still keeping at the point of my fingers is the theme stuff I made along with other users, mainly the RthemeL theme maker, which I used to fine-tune my newest installment over the latest beta using a Solarized/dark theme, which still can't provide a better experience due to current restraints.
Yet the attached seems the same old thing, I do have other versions which I run in parallel (4-5, commonly) each and every session I start - each with its own look-and-feel, which plays very effectively with Win taskbar live preview/ALT+TAB MS features.
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How does one achieve this look? While I'm pretty new to this explorer replacement I don't see where or how or what boxes to check off or menu options to select to make this happen. I've literally looked under every menu and rock and dialog to have this look... can't. The UI is still bright and bouncy!