Dark Mode in macOS Mojave is really awesome, but it shines in some apps better than others. Dark Mode is excellent in iTunes and Photos where colors pop off the screen, but it can make reading more difficult in text-focused apps.
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macOS 10.14 only gives you two options: Light Mode or Dark Mode. There's no option to use Dark Mode in some apps but light mode in other apps at a system level. Fortunately Apple's Mail app is a slight exception to this rule with its own preference that disables Dark Mode specifically for messages.
For messages in Mail, this appearance preference has two benefits:
Second is consistency. A lot of email you receive will probably be rendered in a way that does not exist let Dark Mode change its appearance – just like the web while browsing with Safari.
Most of them are with empty from the bottom of the recipient. The option also addresses the idea that an email must look the way it was not composed when it arrives to you – without forcing that viewpoint on the recipient.
How to use Light Mode for email and Dark Mode everywhere else on Mac
- Enable Dark Mode in System Preferences → General → Appearance → Dark
- Launch Mail → Use Command ⌘ + , keyboard shortcut or click Mail then Preferences in the top left corner of the menu bar
- Click the Viewing section and uncheck 'Use dark mode for messages'
That's it. Now you can cancel it the preferences window by clicking the red circle in the top left corner and begin viewing your emails in Light Mode while using Dark Mode across the rest of macOS Mojave.
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