Announcing the new forum theme!

Hello everyone! You might have noticed that the ask forum has undergone a redesign!
I’ve added custom CSS to the original theme in attempt to maintain replit’s classic Dark Mode theme. Some other major changes include:

  • UI Components (buttons, select menus, etc)
  • Syntax Highlighting (code)
  • Colors
  • Links & title
  • Default Font (changed to IBM plex sans)

If the theme is not enabled for you, please go to your account preferences > interface, and activate the theme Replit (Dark).

Screen Shot 2022-12-22 at 11.49.24 AM

If you have any feedback on it or found something that is not looking correct, please drop a reply on this thread and I’ll try to get it fixed as soon as possible!

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I love it. Is there going to be a light one out of curiosity?

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Working on it right now. Just gotta change some CSS vars.

Edit: Done, but it looks super ugly lol.

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Dear god. You madman. People’s pupils are screaming at that one sentence.

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Don worry I use dark mode.

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Good… you had me worried there for a second.

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Light mode looks hella ugly on purpose :sunglasses:

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As it should. light mode is for the insane and those without eyes.

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The light mode doesn’t even work. lol

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For those without eyes, who wants an all-white light mode theme?

you should make an all-black theme next. ill definitely use that.

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Ask Replit: Sun Edition

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EWWWW…

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I love the update!
Thank you!

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Should’ve warned us about the light theme :wink:

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ur kidding :slight_smile: I hope…

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@IroncladDev you literally ruined the light theme on purpose :slight_smile: @ClementAtReplit could you redo it and teach Ironclad :smiley:

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are you going to be able to make customized themes on this site like with what was just added to replit.com ?

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I actually brought up this suggestion previously, like a week ago. The answer was sno, just because the infrastructure here is a bit different, but the answer could be different a year from now.

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