@aran1399 I agree 100%. I use Opera dark mode to help protect OLED display. It would not only look cool, it would be great if the borders/icons could cycle colors so as not to keep the same static colors in the same places all the time...
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RE: [Suggestion]colorful theme changing alwaysOpera GX
[Suggestion] Vignette EffectOpera GX
Please find some other method for indicating the status change between full screen without controls and full screen with no controls while streaming videos. When you move your mouse and bring up the interface while in full screen mode the whitening effect at bottom and top of the screen is very annoying. We can see the controls pop up on the screen; we don't need the video bleached white at the top & bottom. It ruins what you're watching and is a huge eye sore to have it affected that way and t that extent. Get rid of the vignette effect all together if possible. BTW, I love the force dark mode option on OLED. It's the primary reason i use Opera GX!
The vignette effect is annoyingOpera GX
When watching YouTube videos in dark mode the vignette-like whitening of the browser borders that takes place when pausing the video is very annoying and unneeded. We're using dark mode for a reason, no need to mess it up by generating a white border to show the video is paused. Just a thought... If there's a way to turn this off I haven't been able to find it.
Forced Dark Pages is a start...Suggestions and feature requests
...but we need a full-on OLED setting for the browser. As OLED displays become more and more prevalent, the need for non-static backgrounds is on the rise. I love your "force dark pages" mode, but a theme that cycled colors or even colors and templates would not only be a cool feature, it would also be nice so burn-in and image retention were not as big an issue. I know at present this is a small slice of the user base, but OLEDs are not going anywhere and prices are continuing to fall. Right now we have OLEDs TVs with g-sync/120hz being used for computer monitors (i.e. LG CX model I'm using for a monitor now), but soon I expect we will have full on OLED computer monitors. The beautiful blacks and near instantaneous response times are just too good to pass up. You guys are already ahead of the curve with "force dark pages", but why not really get ahead of the curve and offer OLED users a browser that helps to protect their investment. I spend hours on YouTube and surfing the web, but I flip back and forth between Chrome and GX just to mix up the static borders that display on the screen. Just an idea...