Thanks! That’s helped. I’ve done a bit of fiddling.
Per your suggestions:
- Document Settings > Colors > Modern > Apply
- Document Settings > Maps > Main Color —> Black
- Document Settings > Outlines > White Titles
That gave me better results for my dark environment.
But the map background was too dark to see links.
So I right-clicked Map View > Edit Background… and chose a lighter color than black so I could see links.
I got lucky one time and the background behind the titles in the Outline View still stayed black when I lightened up the map. (See attached).
I saved the .tbc color scheme from the document and tried it on a new document.
That results in a lighter background for the Map but also a lighter background behind the titles in Outline View.
When I right-click and edit the background of Outline View to black, the Map also turns black.
How can I control those two backgrounds separately? (As the attached shows I stumbled on that once, but can’t figure out what I did.)
(One small seemingly unrelated oddity in the attached: when clicking Outline then going to AB, the AB displays as expected. But when clicking Map then going to AB the titles in AB aren’t visible before one clicks among them.)
v. 8.9.2 on macOS 11.2.3 in Dark mode
Test colors 2.tbx (106.5 KB)