Dark theme header text and icon contrast


(Simon Cossar) #1

On the latest Discourse with the dark theme enabled, there is very little contrast between the header text and icon colors (#333) and the header background (#111). On older screens it can be hard to read. The dark theme on meta sets these colors to #ddd, that works well.

(Wiliam Joaquim) #2

You can set a font of the font you want in Custom

(Simon Cossar) #3

Yes, it’s easy to fix, but the default should be something that works.

(Jeff Atwood) #4

Any thoughts on this @eviltrout perhaps this is a regression?

(Robin Ward) #5

This is weird - I picked Dark Theme and my header is quite readable:

(Simon Cossar) #6

It’s set correctly on meta, but it looks like the default value of the header_primary color for the dark theme is #333333.

(Robin Ward) #7

Weird – it’s been set to that dark color for ~6 months so I’m not sure why it’s showing up now. It’s possible during the clean up of our CSS/HTML we removed a rule that shouldn’t have existed that was overwriting it. Here is a fix: