Sorry but this is far from being constructive as its opinionated ("looks great" or "doesn't look interesting") and not really providing actual arguments nor actionable suggestions.
The current dark theme can be found in of our git repo:@t.lamprecht Could you maybe add some info to the official documentation on how to change certain theme aspects that allow e.g. to change colors used?
Definitively not; Proxmox projects are the target of copy cats already as is, often even violating the AGPLv3 license – sadly most often in countries where the jurisdictions even seem to promote such violations of foreign, well mostly western, IP; hurting the whole projects and all of its users with that in the long term.and upload custom logo (or 2nd logo) etc. ?
Changing the logo needs changing the source (and yes the Proxmox, registered trademark and its logo is also part of the source), which then needs to especially adhere to all points of section five to the AGPLv3 license, if you expose this to any other parties:I know that we can overwrite those but it would be better to have that integrated properly.
We store that information in a Cookie. So unless you cleared that cookie or switch browsers, that should persist. At least if you log in or out again.Can the mode that's chosen be saved against the users record so that if light is chosen, then light is what you get when you log in?
autotheme. That theme switches the colors based on the
preferes-color-schememedia feature. That can be changed either in your browser's settings or in your OS settings.
Again, if you think this feature should exist, chime in over in our Bugzilla . The more support a feature has over there, the more likely it is that we will implement. One great example for this is the dark mode itself.Dark Mode is a step in the right direction, but perhaps if I could request that its not tied to a cookie but to the users account in the future, that would be great. I wonder how popular that would be or whether my request is really an edge case.
That was actually considered during the creation of the dark theme. However, we did not go down this path due two reason:There are a lot of other simple improvement to make a nice UI/UX but it doesn't seem to be a priority for the dev team
R, or for macOS
pveversion -voutput (or copy it from the web UI: Node -> Summary -> Package Versions button) and tell us what browser/version you use.
That does not look like our official dark mode. The colors in the header look more like Discord Dark . We do not officially support Discord Dark, and our dark mode does break the way Discord Dark styles graphs (see ). So if you are using Discord Dark (or installed that previously) make sure to fully remove it. Then switch to the dark color theme via our theme picker and fully reload the website as described by @t.lamprecht.promlem 8.0.5