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While I generally enjoy dark mode, Sourcetree is one of the programs that I prefer in light mode.
Unfortunately on my new Macbook Pro, light mode does not seem to be working?
Anyone any pointers to how to get this to work?
- Sourcetree: 4.0.1 (234)
- MacOS: 10.15.5 (system is set to dark)
This is definitely an issue. I want most things on my Mac in dark mode, but Source Tree is very difficult (for me at least) to see diffs, which branch I'm on in the left drawer, etc in dark mode vs light mode. Thus - I want light mode for Source Tree while I have my OS in Dark Mode.
I'm going to end up committing to the wrong branch or something because of this UX issue.
Why doesn't "Light Mode" work in source tree when the OS is in Dark Mode?