Invoice Rocket goes dark
The changelog for the 1.3.6 update is rather small…
- Show client details on invoice PDF and invoice print output.
- New setting: Dark theme.
- New setting: Automatically close confirmation messages after a few seconds.
- Minor UI tweaks.
…but one particular feature has been a long time coming; Dark mode.
Actually it’s more of a dark theme, but the general idea is the same. If you’re the type who likes to work in the dark, or you just prefer dark themes in general, this should be a welcome addition. To enable the Dark theme, just go to Invoice Rocket settings -> Presentation and enable the Dark theme checkbox.
Combine the dark theme with the ability to change the chart colours since the 1.3.4 update, and you can get some sweet UI love happening.
As always, feedback is welcome.
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