white font not readable in text-field
my website will be on a dark background and so the text-color will be white. The problem is, that the field to insert text is on a bright almost white brackground by default and so the text is not readable at all. Is there any chance to change this. Not sure if this more a wordpress- or laytheme-issue.
Thanks in advance and great job by building this theme,
Hey, hmmm I made the background of the texteditor lightgray so you can see white fonts a bit. Maybe I should make the background more gray, lets see.
Hey, I have the same problem. It is not pleasing to the eye. And for example on the Edit News Element or Element Grid Editor i can not see white text at all. Is there a way to change that?
Thank you in advance!
@arminunruh Is it possible to include a dropdown that lets the editor choose how they want to see the edit area, in dark mode or light mode?
@thomasmaier That would be a super great solution.
Dear @Stjopa @thomasmaier
Thanks for the feedback, have forwarded to Armin and added to the developement notes ✅
"for example on the Edit News Element or Element Grid Editor i can not see white text at all. Is there a way to change that?"
"Is it possible to include a dropdown that lets the editor choose how they want to see the edit area, in dark mode or light mode?"
I could suggest some CSS but the text area is nested within an
iframeso it's best done from the source.
Thank you for supporting Lay Theme ✨
hey i will include a night mode button in the texteditor with the next update
this is awesome!!!
Just - for some reason the button doesn't work in my case. I tried it with Lay Theme Version 4.2.8 and both Chrome and Safari on Mac.
Yes! 🌝 have notified Armin that the Nightmode button has a bug, thank you as well for the feedback ✅
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