dark mode tends to help my dyslexia issues by keeping my eyes from picking up other words randomly on the page, it gets worse if I have to read out loud.
there's been a few studies out there saying the same thing, after reading the first one, I gave it a shot when VS started offering themes. It was a pretty good boost in my work, I haven't looked back since.
the gray text on gray background sucks and slows me down a bunch. It looks nice, but hard to read.
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It is common now to see code samples on what looks like a command prompt type screen - typically with some color coding - but with a black background. Suspended in the middle of a white webpage background (usually).
Most of the time unreadable without considerable effort. Also, a surprising amount to the time I can't copy/paste as it's an image. So, although a subset of the general question, clearly dark mode is not very clear.
All that white light flashed in my eyes make them burn, my head ache and my vision blur.
I despise working with Word, I hated working with VS6 when I was forced to, and many other software with only white BG.
I enjoy light brown/light gray background with black text and all the wasted screen real estate must be gray or blue or anything that doesnt try to kill my eyes. Black would be good but most places have terrible lighting with ing neons and it's even worse.
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I have particular Apps or Webs always in Dark Mode and the rest I trust in F.Lux to reduce the light and the eye strain at noon / night.
But there are days where I activate it on purpose.
What would mean, I would have selected a mix of answers 3, 4 and 6.
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