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I'm very upset to see that with the new updated Creative Cloud Desktop App, there's still no dark mode option available. It shouldn't be too hard to implement, but it's very important... I don't like being blinded, so dark mode is always the savior (well clearly it's not always). I hope that this can be implemented into your software sometime soon, there's no harm in doing it.
I agree with you.
I would also like a high contrast option in this forum. In its present stae, this forum is murder on my eyes.
Hi Nancy, if you have Chrome, there's an extension called Stylus (non-Adobe) that enables you to run a CSS style overlay of any web page where someone has created a custom CSS theme.
I created a Stylus theme for the new Adobe forums. I did this in my spare time, it's not an official Adobe release, but I use the forums as part of my job and it's quite jarring jumping from dark UI like Premiere to the forums. Once it's installed, click on the Stylus icon and choose "Find styles" if you scroll down you should find the dark mode style I posted. Hope this helps.
When I tested the new Creative Cloud app internally, that was my first reaction as well. I also prefer dark mode. The product team has heard this request. At present, I don't have a time frame for when you might see it in production, but know that you're not alone.
some time's gone by since the last post...
it's almost half a year since the product team heard about the "need" of a dark mode...
what has happend since then...?
They are sleeping on subscribers money. Don't poke the developers lol.
Jokes apart, there are many elements that Adobe has not fixed it yet. In apps like Illustrator, file save/open windows are still not in dark mode. Creative Cloud is a joke. I wish I do not need to open this crappy app which they can't add a simple dark mode.
Where is the product team? I don't think they heard this.
Feel free to leave feedback on Adobe User Voice where the product engineers will see it.