I’m sorry to hear that you’re so butt-hurt over the concept of free speech. And if Scrivener, a company founded on Writing (who VERY likely believes in the freedom of speech) wanted to block freedom of speech by implementing a curse-word filter on their forum, they could easily do that with less than 10 lines of code. Why haven’t they then? You’d have to ask them I guess. Maybe laziness. But I prefer to believe they actually believe in the 1st amendment as a human right, unlike you.
I’m also sorry to hear that you’re such a wussy that you’re literally offended at a comment that wasn’t even directed toward or at you. (Wussy however is directed at you).
I’m sure you’re a perfect human being yourself, Never gotten angry, never said the wrong thing one time. Not ever huh? Sure you’re name isn’t Jesus? What about if someone mis-gendered you? Cuz you certainly sound like a woman, but you definitely look like a man.
But anyways, back to things that actually matter.
From a developers standpoint it’s just absurd that a program that you stare at for hours on end wouldn’t have a dark mode from the start. I’m on a computer 9-12 hours a day writing, reviewing, and de-bugging computer code for the last couple years in a row now. Every single IDE that i’ve seen released in the last 10 years has a dark mode. (Notepad++. Atom, Sublime, Text Wrangler, UltraEdit, Coda, Brackets, Etc, Etc, Etc.
I guess it just speaks to the poor quality of the development team keeping up with modern software. Glad to hear they are finally fixing this. Like I said, I like the software so far, it’s that one single thing that would keep me from using it. Massive amounts of blue spectrum light hitting your eyeballs can actually cause physical damage to your eyes. It’s absolutely absurd in an application that is meant to be stared at for hours at a time to not have caught this mistake. Kudos to them for attempting a fix in V 3.0. The V3 Windows Beta has dark mode. It’s not very good. They need to introduce color scheming, and the ability to make custom schemes.
If you don’t believe me that this makes a difference then download Notepad++ (Free), and do your writing in that for a day with the “Zenburn” color scheme set in the Style Configurator. Your eyeballs will thank you.