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I've been working on a new "dark mode" style for the forum. This is still a work in progress, so please let me know if you have any issues with it. To try out this new dark mode, click on the moon in the upper righthand corner or click here: https://www.jeep392.com/misc/style
 
Love the dark mode! Good work!
 
Looks great!
 
You picked the right color, my color!;)
 
Much better on the eyes while looking at Jeep porn in bed!
 
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I've been working on a new "dark mode" style for the forum. This is still a work in progress, so please let me know if you have any issues with it. To try out this new dark mode, click on the moon in the upper righthand corner or click here: https://www.jeep392.com/misc/style
Been using dark mode since I noticed it the other day. Works great, way easier on the eyes, I like it!
 
I definitely like it better. (y)
 
Sorry, I don’t like the new Dark Mode. While some believe Dark Mode is “easier on the eyes”, I find it more difficult to read and comprehend "paragraph text” comfortably and quickly. There may be some scientific support for my claim:

"You should avoid using white text on a dark background when displaying paragraph text to make it easier for them to read. Forcing users to fixate on the white text for a long time can strain the user’s eyes. This is because white stimulates all three types of color sensitive visual receptors in the human eye in nearly equal amounts. This makes reading white paragraph text on dark backgrounds stressful on the eyes."

"White also reflects all wavelengths of light. Because the words and letters in paragraph text are compact and close together, when white text reflects light, the reflected light scatters and runs into neighboring words and letters. This makes the shape of the words and letters harder to perceive, which affects readability. Compare that with black text, where the black absorbs the light around each word and letter, making them easy to distinguish."
 
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