The sensation of opening Twitter and noticing that one thing’s off most likely isn’t a brand new one, but it surely often isn’t associated to the location’s colour scheme. But some customers (and Verge workers) are actually seeing that Twitter’s desktop darkish mode has gotten darker, or worse, been changed to light mode.
Twitter tells The Verge that the change from blue to black was intentional — it’s a part of an replace to make the Twitter web site reply to the sunshine and darkish modes in your OS. In fact, if you happen to miss the darkish blue, you may deliver it again by going to Twitter’s show settings and selecting Dim mode (as a substitute of the inky black Lights Out or the brilliant Default), and the location ought to do not forget that choice.
In case your Twitter switched from darkish mode to mild, although, the corporate says that wasn’t speculated to occur. That was brought on by a bug, and will’ve occurred to you if you happen to had Twitter set to Dim or Lights Out mode however had your OS in mild mode. Head to your show settings to vary that again, if you need.
When you’re there, you too can select an accent colour, if you happen to’re uninterested in blue.