I have a dilemma for a few days. I like Gitlab's FOSS philosophy. Unfortunately I badly need some of Github's-like features. This makes me rethink, because without that feature (especially the dark theme) I am no longer excited to always open Gitlab, it hurts my eyes.
I've visited gitlab dark-theme issue several times, but up until today it has not been implemented yet. I've also searched on google and duckduckgo, all I got was a gitlab dark-theme repo with the last commit 4 years ago.
Today, I try to type "dark mode" in the Gitlab search, and found this repo. I was shocked. After installing it with stylush, it's wow!. I am very thankful of your hard work. I am still curious why this repo and other dark-mode repo didn't shows up on google search. Even in the Gitlab issue nobody mentioned it.
Once again thank you very much, of course my problem has been resolved, and the experience of using Gitlab will be different starting from today.
Thank you so much for Gitlab-dark.
PS : *Even in the Gitlab issue nobody mentioned it. Turns out you mentioned it but I don't read each comment carefully, there are lot of comments.