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We are currently working on our Dark Mode for the forum.

This is a work in progress and now can be seen at the top of your screen as a lightbulb for mobile and on the far right for pc or mac.

We will keep working on this to change the white background on the forum itself to a dark grey with a font change.

Thank you for visiting and posting on our forum.

PS: good luck all posters and patrons with our current monthly giveaway :)

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@Mightyunit said in Dark Mode on the Forum:

Oh I like this idea! I use the extension Dark Reader in my browser but it is always nice when a site supports a dark mode natively. It is almost always a better implementation compared to Dark Reader.

Cheers!

Thanks and fully agree with you there.

I think once it is done it will look damn nice.

Also in the coming weeks, I will be personally working on a guide to making the forum easier to use for newcomers as well as show some cool features daily users may have missed

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