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  1. To zhambo and others with this problem. I found a solution that works great for me. Although I still do believe that thismost certainly is a bug (one that you don't find it almost any other program) and evernote is breaking OS standards, I don't care about the problem any longer. Why? I found flux. http://justgetflux.com/ The problem with windows high-contrast mode is that you still have whites and blues (when the contrast is reversed). It is almost impossible (esp on the web) to avoid this harsh, bright (an in the case of blues), sleep-cycle affecting tones. Flux, in my opinion, is is 100 times better than any high-contrast mode that any of the operating systems offer. Just download it and you'll see what I mean. I wish I could donate to these people because it really is fantastic. (There's also a similar program for android called 'twlight'). I do not work for these people, know them, and they are not even looking for money, I just really love the program that much.
  2. I'm not certain if this is a bug in the eyes of the devs (or please tell me if I'm wrong, or if there's a workraround), as I assume they think their custom theme is the best thing since sliced bread and why the heck would anyone want to use anything else. BUT.... Unlike EVERY SINGLE PROGRAM I have on my computer (eclipse, chrome, firefox, windows explorer, thunderbird, etc. etc. etc.) evernote does not obey the inverting of colors or 'high contrast' themes. This is important for people who: * have visual impairments * want to save battery * want to work at night with less visual stress or without distracting others I'm sure it's low priority as this isn't used by as many people, but it seems like a slight design flaw, or at least it's not clear what is gained by abandoning windows accessibility conventions (or default windows gui libraries?)--what do we get? cooler looking arrows? Note: I'm not talking about themeing or changing the background of a note, I mean just inverting colors (like black->white) to stay with accessibility conventions.
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