Respect my damn color scheme preferencePublished on 2021-11-08 by flewkey
I recently switched from light themes to dark themes. Dark themes seem to be supported enough that most applications seem to work with them. Many websites don’t, but it’s not the end of the world. Theming is hard and I do not expect developers to support it.
However, I find it inexcusable and frustrating when a website already has a dark theme, but ignores the user’s preferences. Especially if they have a stupid little theme selector that writes to a value in localStorage or something.
if (window.matchMedia("(prefers-color-scheme: dark)").matches) /* Set theme */
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