Switching automatically between Light and Dark mode in OSX: Welcome to NightOwl!

The latest release of MacOS 10.14 introduce a Dark mode. It does look great and make it really easy on the eye at night. Personally though, I do not like it during the day. Especially for apps that have presents lots of information such as DevonThink Pro or even Mail. In broad day light, I find the light mode easier.

There is an App that switch between the two for you automatically: NightOwl. You have three options (as shown below): manually from the menu icon, based on sunrise and sunset (from your location) and scheduled. As you can see it is actually set on Sunrise/Sunset time. The top most manual settings become available if you do not select one of the two automated options.



Light, well done, super easy to use and it works! I like it so much that I donate to the author, Benjamin Kramser. Hopefully, he will continue to support  it (or Apple will pick it up in the future).

Posted on October 27, 2018, in General stuff, Software, Technology and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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