Sierra notification panel is always white , can i change the color/tone? have the dark panel ?

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drugo    4

hi

i'm running sierra 10.12.6 and the notification panel is always white

i was used with yosemite or el capitan to have a dark color tone

 

can i change it?

can i have the dark tone color again?

it's no cosmetic , it's just i have problems to read with the white notification panel

i would like to have like the older

 

is there a way?

thanks

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allan.nyholm    31

There is this;

 

MySIMBL https://github.com/w0lfschild/mySIMBL and https://github.com/w0lfschild/darkNC

 

Look at the screenshots and read the description for both and decide.

 

MySIMBL is a program that injects itself into macOS and could require to disable SIP - mySIMBL will tell you as mentioned on the description on the Github page linked to.

 

The problem with a system injector like SIMBL is that it injects itself into all of your programs despite not doing anything with those programs. Some program with macOS Sierra could announce that it does not like SIMBL and thus not function. It's rare these days - it's just a heads up.

 

I've personally been using mySIMBL on and off when using cDock themes and some of the great plugins that SIMBL allows. I'm not against SIMBL and I'll probably install it on the fresh installation of macOS High Sierra. It allows for much customization that Apple turned away from.

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drugo    4
On 11/10/2017 at 0:26 PM, allan.nyholm said:

There is this;

 

MySIMBL https://github.com/w0lfschild/mySIMBL and https://github.com/w0lfschild/darkNC

 

Look at the screenshots and read the description for both and decide.

 

MySIMBL is a program that injects itself into macOS and could require to disable SIP - mySIMBL will tell you as mentioned on the description on the Github page linked to.

 

The problem with a system injector like SIMBL is that it injects itself into all of your programs despite not doing anything with those programs. Some program with macOS Sierra could announce that it does not like SIMBL and thus not function. It's rare these days - it's just a heads up.

 

I've personally been using mySIMBL on and off when using cDock themes and some of the great plugins that SIMBL allows. I'm not against SIMBL and I'll probably install it on the fresh installation of macOS High Sierra. It allows for much customization that Apple turned away from.

hi

thanks  i will try

but do you think it's a sierra bug? (the white notification panel)

under el capitan it worked , after upgrade to sierra it become white always

and does it restore the same dark theme like el capitan?

thanks again ,appreciate it

 

 

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allan.nyholm    31
13 hours ago, drugo said:

hi

thanks  i will try

but do you think it's a sierra bug? (the white notification panel)

under el capitan it worked , after upgrade to sierra it become white always

and does it restore the same dark theme like el capitan?

thanks again ,appreciate it

 

 

It's not a Sierra bug - Although I would like it to follow the system color too. It being always white is not great. It's not fixed in High Sierra either.

 

You will probably notice a few differences with the plugin and the real deal from El Capitan. The screenshot on the plugin website shows a little of the look of the Notification Center.

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