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Post by jasony » 1 month ago

So many of them are yellow - and they just don't work with light themes! In that case, I would mostly prefer dark themes. Well, that's one big reason I do!

However, though, the people who make smilies/reactions should have a batch for light and dark themes, respectively. :devil:

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Post by Princess MeowsePad » 1 month ago

I prefer dark themes as well, but it seems that we are in the minority, which is why this site has a light theme. Many emojis do not have a set suitable for dark themes. In fact, if you use them on dark themes, you often find that they are not fully transparent and have white junk around them.
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Post by jasony » 1 month ago

Princess MeowsePad wrote:
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I prefer dark themes as well, but it seems that we are in the minority, which is why this site has a light theme. Many emojis do not have a set suitable for dark themes. In fact, if you use them on dark themes, you often find that they are not fully transparent and have white junk around them.
I'm surprised. Well, actually half of users prefer light themes - maybe 40 percent prefer either and the rest only like dark. It's something similar to that.

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Post by slooroo » 1 month ago

But I can see the best one :devil:

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