Thank you. I'll check out that branch. |
The Desktop tinting (or wallpaper tinting) can be enabled or disabled in the settings:
The difference can be even more pronounced with lighter (or more red) the wallpaper is.
I have a small program which extracts all non-deprecated non-beta colors cocoa colors if that might be useful to the darkmode branch:
and the generated colors:
On Saturday, October 2, 2021 at 5:04:43 PM UTC+3 Albrecht Schlosser wrote:
On 10/2/21 3:51 PM Mo_Al_ wrote:
> This is more of a Cocoa question than an FLTK question, but since my
> experience with stackoverflow regarding anything Cocoa or Objc related
> hasn't been stellar, I thought I'd ask here.
> Apps running on MacOS's dark mode benefit from desktop tinting. So
> even if I get dark mode's windowBackgroundColor using:
> Is there something I'm missing?
> Is there a way to programmatically get the current desktop tint and
> somehow apply it to an FLTK window?
I have no idea what "desktop tinting" means and what you really
want/need. That said, we have a new branch called "darkmode" (inactive,
not yet merged) where Mike Sweet added something to get the dark mode
system colors from macOS. Maybe this can help?
The latest three commits in that branch *might* give you some clues (or
maybe not, I don't know).
In this commit Mike commented "(gotta love how Apple's documentation is
broken...)", whatever that means. ;-)
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