Night modes (via prefers-color-scheme?)
I love Minimal, especially the YouTube and Amazon styles. But for my use case, I can't really use it without disabling/enabling it often.
Here is my use case:
Sites that support prefers-color-scheme will automatically switch from light to dark based on whether your OS is in light or dark mode.
I have a program that automatically switches my OS between light and dark mode when the sun goes down.
For sites that don't support prefers-color-scheme, I use Dark Reader, an extension that automagically applies a dark style to every site.
I have Dark Reader set to automatically toggle on or off based on whether the OS is in light or dark mode.
This may sound a little complicated, but I'm not the only one who does this, I think there are quite a few people with the preference of dark mode at night, to be easy on the eyes, and regular light mode in the day time.
The problem is, this is what Amazon looks like with Dark Reader + Minimal:
Of course, I can have Dark Reader make an exception for Amazon, but then I'll have to use Amazon in blinding light mode at night which is not ideal. I'll end up switching off Minimal next time I use Amazon at night, and I may not be bothered to turn it back on.
I like the Amazon style, but I use Minimal more for the YouTube style than anything, so just a way to turn off the Amazon style, or just use the YouTube style would be fine.
But the ideal solution would be to give Minimal dark modes that automatically toggle based on whether the OS is in light or dark mode via the prefers-color-scheme CSS feature.