I could swear that before yesterday, the standard email app (not Gmail), showed black text on a white background. Now it's white text on a black background. I haven't [knowingly] installed any updates to either the app or to the system. And I can't find any settings to change the color scheme.
Has it always been white on black? What color scheme is your email?
This is a VST (Very small tip) :).
How to run xterm with white letters on a black background, opposite to the default black on white.
This should (IMHO) increase the duration of your laptop battery as less bright is used.
xterm -ls -fg white -bg black
You can create an alias for this command, like this:
alias xtermblack="xterm -ls -fg white -bg black"
The problem with both of these is that the text is displayed in white letters on a very light grey background, and I have reached an age that I can't tell what's there. I would prefer either black text on white background, or white text on a black background. Running Ubuntu 12.04 LTS.
My local T-mobile store has the black demo phone but no white demo phone so I couldn't compare the two. I heard from many people that the black has a rubberize back while the white and possibly pink one is just texture feel. If this is the case, is it possible to have a white phone with a black back? When I held that black phone in my hand it was amazing.
I'm using the ActionBarCompat and both Title text followed by a spinner in the ActionBar. I'm using theme Theme.AppCompat.Light.DarkActionBar which should show white text on a black background. The title text does show in white but the spinner text appear in black. Switching the theme to Theme.AppCompat.Light has both as black text on white.