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Change the Launch Screen to use System Background Color #5608
This changes the Launch Screen xib to use the system background color rather than stock white. Currently on iOS13 when you open the app it's a (blinding) white - i.e, my wife becomes annoyed when I do this at night. :)
By using the system background color, iOS will make it black or white depending on if the user has dark mode toggled in their settings.
Slightly unrelated, but you may want to push out a release of this soon if possible - unless I'm mistaken, the App Store version isn't linked against iOS13, and
Sure, can do this afternoon.…
On Oct 16, 2019, at 11:07, Garvan Keeley ***@***.***> wrote: @garvankeeley commented on this pull request. In Client/Application/LaunchScreen.xib: > @@ -18,7 +21,7 @@ </constraints> </imageView> </subviews> - <color key="backgroundColor" white="1" alpha="1" colorSpace="custom" customColorSpace="calibratedWhite"/> + <color key="backgroundColor" systemColor="systemBackgroundColor" cocoaTouchSystemColor="whiteColor"/> Thanks for the PR! Can you unstage the other changes if this is the only needed change? Thanks — You are receiving this because you authored the thread. Reply to this email directly, view it on GitHub, or unsubscribe.
* Change the Launch Screen to use System Background Color as the background color, so that people in dark mode aren't blinded when they open the app (forces a darker background instead of white) * Clean up LaunchScreen.xib to only change the systemBackgroundColor item