February 19, 2023, 9:05pm
Hi ! I’ve learned how to ‘darken’ current buffer. Sweet.
Now i’m wondering, how to ‘darken’ not only the current but all buffers ?
Let’s use ‘dark-mode’.Hooray!
But wait a sec. … Could it be a minor bug … the fact of ‘dark-mode’ not being honoured when link-navigating onto a new buffer ?
thanks, thanks, thanks
February 20, 2023, 8:35am
You can append
dark-mode to the
buffer, and it will be there in all the buffers. In other words
((default-modes (append '(dark-mode) %slot-default%))))
((default-modes (append '(dark-mode) %slot-value%))))
In what case exactly is
dark-mode not honored—when you navigate via mouse click or when using
follow-hint and link-hinting mechanisms in general?
Or is it switching to another buffer you’re talking about? If so, then all buffers have their own sets of modes, and no mode is shared between those (there are no global modes in Nyxt). So you have to either toggle it separately in separate buffers, or add it to
Shameless plug: if you’re on 3.* branch, you can try out
GitHub - aartaka/nx-dark-reader: Nyxt (3.0+) integration with Dark Reader. for a more intuitive dark mode
February 20, 2023, 3:25pm
Ah… i’ll give the nx-dark-reader extension a try, once Guix repositories offer the 3.* branch… hopefully soon! . Thanks, thanks, thanks.
I’ll append the mode to the default buffer configuration in my nyxt init. file.
To be more precise, in my current 2.* branch setup dark-mode is not being honored when i ‘C-u C-j’ and then follow the link while opening a new buffer.
Hope it helps !
Hmmmm. That is weird, but I’m pretty sure we’ve fixed it on 3.*