Mojave is out, Dark Mode is sweet

Discussion in 'Apple Products' started by Zepher, Sep 24, 2018.

  1. Zepher

    Zepher [H]ipster Replacement

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    Just installed Mojave and it looks nice.

    Loving the dark mode for the interfaces.

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    I wish they would do a dark mode for iTunes on the PC.
     
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  2. ZeqOBpf6

    ZeqOBpf6 Gawd

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    It's only taken 30 years for developers to realize that staring in to a lighbulb is worse than not staring in to a lightbulb. I hear Windows is going to have native dark Explorer soon, too.

    Looks pretty good though. I went through the trouble of setting up dark mode on just about everything I could. Almost every website, and then Windowblinds for the rest. At least we're making progress.
     
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  3. Travolta

    Travolta Gawd

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    Downloading now for my iMac! Dark mode is very nice. I like the dynamic background.
     
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  4. rflcptr

    rflcptr [H]ardness Supreme

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    Got it at work today. Dark mode throughout is very welcome.
     
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  5. Zepher

    Zepher [H]ipster Replacement

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    I traded a Logitech mouse for this Magic Mouse a couple of weeks ago and it is pretty sweet. Just wish it were taller so you could rest your palm on it.
    It is such a low profile mouse that I have to use the claw method to use it.
     
  6. UnknownSouljer

    UnknownSouljer [H]ardness Supreme

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    But wait, your trackpad is right there, and it does the same things....
     
  7. Zepher

    Zepher [H]ipster Replacement

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    Click and drag is easier with the mouse, but ya, the Mac has the best trackpad, puts PC ones to shame.