I have a user who shared this screenshot, which I can’t explain, even after looking through every display accessibility option:
A few facts that may or may not be relevant:
- The window does NOT have a custom background color.
- All colors in the app come from named color groups obtained from the constructor variant, so they are system-supplied colors.
- Dark mode is NOT turned on.
- The window visible in the background is likely Discord, which has its own dark mode, so don’t let that throw you off course.
- This is an M1 Mac running a Universal app compiled with 2020r1. I’ve asked the user to try to force the app to use the Intel code under Rosetta. I no longer have my DTK to test with (thanks Apple) so I can’t run the native AS code anymore. But when I did have it, I never experienced this issue.
- I don’t yet know if other windows in the app are using the wrong background color.
I suspect the user has some sort of modification in place, but I can’t find a motive for that. If they wanted dark mode, why not just turn it on? If anybody has an actual M1 Mac, not just the DTK, and would like to try this themselves, the app is free from https://usebeacon.app/download.
I’m at a loss to explain what would cause the window background to be black. Every other color is what I would expect for having dark mode turned off.