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How to activate the “dark” mode interface (Dark Mode) in OS X Yosemite
One of the innovations of the operating system OS X Yosemite became a so-called “dark” mode interface (Dark Mode). When activated translucent menus are displayed in black, and the text – in the light. In early betas Dark Mode included a series of manipulations with the system files. In the final version appeared simple solution to activate this mode.
It is worth noting that at this point, not all applications are adapted to support the Dark Mode, so the icons in the status bar may merge with the status bar. However, if you like a similar version of interface design, it makes sense to try.
How to turn “dark” mode in OS X Yosemite:
Step 1: Open System Preferences from the Dock or the Applications folder.
Step 2: In the upper left corner of the main scroll.
Step 3: In the Appearance section tick “darken the menu bar and Dock».
You do not have to restart the operating system or the closing session – changes take effect immediately.
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