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Hamza Sood
To enable the somewhat functional dark mode: sudo defaults write /Library/Preferences/.GlobalPreferences AppleInterfaceTheme Dark
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Michael Steeber 17 Jun 14
and replace with light to go back?
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Jonaaa ☁️ Apple99er 17 Jun 14
how can we activate the hidden settings? with the CC editor?
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AppleBloggr (Niclas) 17 Jun 14
does not work for me.
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Mehdi 17 Jun 14
@dieappleshow restart your Mac dude
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Mehdi 17 Jun 14
sudo defaults write /Library/Preferences/.GlobalPreferences AppleInterfaceTheme light
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AppleBloggr (Niclas) 17 Jun 14
well I've done that...
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Mehdi 17 Jun 14
sudo defaults write /Library/Preferences/.GlobalPreferences AppleInterfaceTheme light
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Lys 17 Jun 14
is beta 2 OTA?
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Mehdi 17 Jun 14
@dieappleshow did you enter your password after sudo ?
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AppleBloggr (Niclas) 17 Jun 14
yup. Ans then it just returned with no output.
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AY 17 Jun 14
@dieappleshow You should log out to apply.
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AppleBloggr (Niclas) 17 Jun 14
I rebooted. Didn't work.
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AY 17 Jun 14
@dieappleshow Did you update to 10.10 Update 1?
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AppleBloggr (Niclas) 17 Jun 14
a second log out did the thing. Thank you anyway :)
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AY 17 Jun 14
@dieappleshow U’re welcome!
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Mehdi 17 Jun 14
yes for ios but itunes or developper for yosemite.
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Jason Borchardt 17 Jun 14
you can ignore my "how" tweet :-)
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M D Rauh 17 Jun 14
any idea why i get -bash: /Library/Preferences/.GlobalPreferences: No such file or directory ? when i log in it flashes dark?
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Midwest Movies 17 Jun 14
I wish safari also set to dark mode it's too light
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