How to Use Light Theme with Dark Menu Bar and Dock in MacOS Mojave

How to Use Light Theme with Dark Menu Bar and Dock in MacOS Mojave

Enabling Dark Mode in macOS Mojave tranforms the entire user interface appearance into an all-dark look, and while it’s very popular with many users, some other Mac users may not want a full dark mode appearance on their Mac. Instead, some Mac users may prefer a more limited Dark theme experience that only applies to…

How to Fix Blurry Fonts in MacOS Mojave for Non-Retina Displays

How to Fix Blurry Fonts in MacOS Mojave for Non-Retina Displays

Do you think fonts and screen text looks fuzzy, blurry, or excessively thin in macOS Mojave? If so, it may be due to changes in anti-aliasing in Mojave, particularly for users with non-retina displays. If you are running macOS Mojave on a Mac without a retina display, or with an external monitor that does not…

Try a (Very Broken) Dark Mode on MacOS High Sierra

Try a (Very Broken) Dark Mode on MacOS High Sierra

Mac OS has long had a dark menu and dark Dock option, and macOS Mojave 10.14 has a true Dark Mode theme that shifts the entire visual appearance to a pleasing dark interface scheme. But if you’re running macOS High Sierra 10.13.x, you can use a defaults command entered into the terminal to enable a…

How to Show the Expanded Print Details Dialog in Mac OS by Default

How to Show the Expanded Print Details Dialog in Mac OS by Default

Do you frequently access the detailed printing options when printing from a Mac? If so, you’ll really appreciate this trick to always show the expanded print dialog window and settings screen. For some quick background, typically when you go to print if you want to see expanded printing options like print paper orientation and paper…