Check dark mode
With the new Pythonista 3.3 (thanks Ole!), I ran into a problem with the Synchronator script, that I use regularly.
The scripts hard codes the colour to be written text with as (0,0,0). As a solution I have just disabled the colour setting at all, so I can at least see what's going.
But it would be nice if I could check the dark/light mode setting from Python.
Or, maybe better yet, get the current theme colours.
Would it be possible to force the console output to another theme?
You can query the current dark/light mode setting using the new
I should probably remove the advice to use a custom dark theme in light mode or vice-versa.
The feature didn't exist at the time I wrote this, but I would actually recommend turning off the automatic dark mode switch in that case (using the gear icon within the theme selection).
Is there a possibility to set the background colour of the console?
For the foreground (text), there's console.set_color, but I can't seem to find a function to set the background.